verb (used with object)
IS YOUR DESERT PLANT KNOWLEDGE SUCCULENT OR DRIED UP?
Origin of ransack
OTHER WORDS FROM ransackran·sack·er, nounun·ran·sacked, adjective
Words nearby ransack
Example sentences from the Web for ransack
During and after demonstrations earlier in the week, dozens of fires were set and businesses were ransacked and destroyed.
Chet, while a second reading was going on, commenced to ransack the house.Three Young Ranchmen|Ralph Bonehill
"Well, let's go up and ransack that old cabin," announced Bonner, starting toward the willows.The Daughter of Anderson Crow|George Barr McCutcheon
Far and wide his messengers travelled to ransack the world for rare woods and precious metals.Ancient Man|Hendrik Willem van Loon
The commissaire proceeded, with a hasty hand, as if he wished to get the work quickly over, to ransack drawers and boxes.
If you don't ransack the house, at least you ransack your memory, in search for facts that will assist you.Psychology|Robert S. Woodworth