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Noun: loot  loot
  1. Goods or money obtained illegally
    "It will avail them to dispose of their loot";
    - booty, pillage, plunder, prize, swag, dirty money
     
  2. Informal term for money
    - boodle, bread, cabbage [US], clams [US], dinero [N. Amer], dough, gelt, kale [US], lettuce [US], lolly [Brit], lucre, moolah [N. Amer], pelf [archaic], scratch, shekels, simoleons [US], sugar, wampum [N. Amer], moola [N. Amer], brass [Brit], wonga [Brit], dosh [Brit], mazuma [US]
Verb: loot  loot
  1. (crime) take illegally; of intellectual property
    "This writer looted from famous authors";
    - plunder
     
  2. Steal goods; take as spoils
    "During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners";
    - plunder, despoil, reave [archaic], strip, rifle, ransack, pillage, foray

Sounds like: loops, louloot

Derived forms: looted, looting, loots

Type of: money, steal, stolen property, take

Encyclopedia: Loot