verb (used with or without object), spoliated, spoliating.
to plunder, rob, or ruin.
a less common word for despoil
noun 1. the act or an instance of plundering or despoiling. 2. authorized plundering of neutrals at sea in time of war. 3. Law. the destruction or material alteration of a bill of exchange, will, or the like. 4. the act of spoiling or damaging something. noun 1. the act or an instance of despoiling […]
adjective, Prosody. 1. of or relating to a spondee. 2. noting or constituting a spondee. 3. consisting of spondees; characterized by a spondee or spondees. adjective 1. (prosody) of, relating to, or consisting of spondees
noun, Prosody. 1. a foot of two syllables, both of which are long in quantitative meter or stressed in accentual meter. Symbol: . noun 1. (prosody) a metrical foot consisting of two long syllables (– –) spondee spon·dee (spŏn’dē’) n. A word or metrical foot having two equally stressed syllables, used in testing speech and […]
noun, Older Slang. 1. money; cash.