Definition of Pillagers

1. Noun. (plural of pillager) ¹



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Definition of Pillagers

1. pillager [n] - See also: pillager

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pillagers

pill-rolling tremor
pill-willet
pill bottle
pill bug
pill bugs
pill head
pill in the pocket
pill mill
pill mills
pill pusher
pill roller
pillage
pillaged
pillager
pillagers (current term)
pillages
pillaging
pillagings
pillaite
pillaloo
pillar
pillar-biter
pillar-biters
pillar-box red
pillar box
pillar cells
pillar cells of Corti
pillar of Islam
pillar of iris

Literary usage of Pillagers

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1. Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile by John Hanning Speke (1864)
"Relief from Protectors and pillagers.—The Scenery and Geology.—Meeting with the friendly King ... pillagers ..."

2. The History of Minnesota: From the Earliest French Explorations to the by Edward Duffield Neill (1858)
"After reaching Crow Wing river, he entered its mouth, and by way of Gull river and lake, he reached Leech Lake, the abode of the pillagers. ..."

3. History of the Expedition to Russia Undertaken by the Emperor Napoleon, in by Philippe-Paul Ségur (1825)
"with his daughter, his vassals, and his wealth; he came to offer himself to your emperor; but he met with some Wurtemberg pillagers on his way, ..."

4. A Narrative of an Exploratory Visit to Each of the Consular Cities of China by George Smith (1857)
"Topography—Character of the Population—Natural Productions—Events of first Capture by the British—Excesses of Troops—Native pillagers— Menacing Edicts of ..."

5. A Summer in the Wilderness: Embracing a Canoe Voyage Up the Mississippi and by Charles Lanman (1847)
"This tribe of people glory in the name of pillagers, and are fully deserving of the name. If they happen to meet a stranger Indian or Trader, each one will ..."

6. A Summer in the Wilderness: Embracing a Canoe Voyage Up the Mississippi and by Charles Lanman (1847)
"... name of pillagers, and are fully deserving of the name. If they happen to meet a stranger Indian or Trader, each one will unceremoniously help himself ..."

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