Definition of Spoliators

1. Noun. (plural of spoliator) ¹



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Definition of Spoliators

1. spoliator [n] - See also: spoliator

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Spoliators

spokesperson
spokespersons
spokest
spokeswoman
spokeswomen
spokewise
spoking
spoliate
spoliated
spoliates
spoliating
spoliation
spoliations
spoliative
spoliator
spoliators (current term)
spoliatory
spoligotype
spoligotypes
spoligotyping
spondaic
spondaics
spondaise
spondaize
spondee
spondees
spondulic
spondulick
spondulicks
spondulics

Literary usage of Spoliators

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1. France for the Lst Seven Years: Or, The Bourbons by William Henry Ireland (1822)
"Upon this occasion, the sarcasms of the French were, as. usual levelled at the spoliators, the Duke of Wellington being honoured with the title of Prince ..."

2. Ten Days that Shook the World by John Reed (1919)
"Taking advantage of the nation's greatest misfortunes, these criminal spoliators are playing with the health and life of millions of soldiers and workers, ..."

3. Ten Days that Shook the World by John Reed (1919)
"Taking advantage of the nation's greatest misfortunes, these criminal spoliators are playing with the health and life of millions of soldiers and workers, ..."

4. Annual Report Presented at a Meeting of the Council by National Liberal Federation (1887)
"... to be a company of spoliators—in the sense of being ... not spoliators of the people—and when they looked at the division list on the Bill to ..."

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