depredator

  • 1Depredator — Dep re*da tor, n. [L. depraedator.] One who plunders or pillages; a spoiler; a robber. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 2depredator — index thief Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3depredator — noun see depredate …

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  • 4depredator — See depredate. * * * …

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  • 5depredator — noun One who depredates, or commits depredation …

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  • 6depredator — dep·re·da·tor || deprɪdeɪtÉ™ n. one that ravages; one that plunders and pillages, destroyer …

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  • 7depredator — [ dɛprɪdeɪtə] noun archaic a person or thing that makes depredations …

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  • 8depredator — n. Plunderer, robber, thief, spoiler, brigand, freebooter, pirate, corsair, buccaneer, marauder …

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  • 9depredator — n 1. pillager, plunderer, marauder, despoiler, ransacker, sacker, rifler, looter, forager, raider; ravager, destroyer. 2. pirate, rover, viking, corsair, buccaneer, privateer; freebooter, rapparee, (in the Scottish Highlands) cateran; kidnapper,… …

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  • 10depredator — dep·re·da·tor …

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  • 11depredator — n. a despoiler or pillager. Derivatives: depredatory adj. Etymology: LL depraedator (as DEPREDATION) …

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  • 12Known depredator — For the term depredator , see Raid (military). Known depredator (K.D.) is a term the Indian police use to classify criminals.[1] A known depredator is a petty criminal who commits crimes such as robbery or housebreaking. Every police station… …

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  • 13Known Depredator — (K.D.) is a term used by the Indian police forces to classify criminals. A known depredator is a petty criminal who commits crimes such as robbery or house breaking. Every police station maintains a list of known depredators (more commonly known… …

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  • 14depredate — depredator, n. depredatory /dep ri day teuh ree, di pred euh tawr ee, tohr ee/, adj. /dep ri dayt /, v., depredated, depredating. v.t. 1. to plunder or lay waste to; prey upon; pillage; ravage. v.i. 2. to plunder; pillage. [1620 30; < LL&#8230; …

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  • 15Robber — Rob ber, n. One who robs; in law, one who feloniously takes goods or money from the person of another by violence or by putting him in fear. [1913 Webster] Some roving robber calling to his fellows. Milton. [1913 Webster] Syn: Thief; depredator;&#8230; …

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  • 16Robber crab — Robber Rob ber, n. One who robs; in law, one who feloniously takes goods or money from the person of another by violence or by putting him in fear. [1913 Webster] Some roving robber calling to his fellows. Milton. [1913 Webster] Syn: Thief;&#8230; …

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  • 17Robber fly — Robber Rob ber, n. One who robs; in law, one who feloniously takes goods or money from the person of another by violence or by putting him in fear. [1913 Webster] Some roving robber calling to his fellows. Milton. [1913 Webster] Syn: Thief;&#8230; …

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  • 18Robber gull — Robber Rob ber, n. One who robs; in law, one who feloniously takes goods or money from the person of another by violence or by putting him in fear. [1913 Webster] Some roving robber calling to his fellows. Milton. [1913 Webster] Syn: Thief;&#8230; …

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  • 19depredate — verb ( dated; dating) Etymology: Late Latin depraedatus, past participle of depraedari, from Latin de + praedari to plunder more at prey Date: 1626 transitive verb to lay waste ; plunder, ravage …

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  • 20KD — is an abbreviation for:*Khaki drill *King Dedede *Kraft Dinner *Kawasaki disease *Kuwaiti dinar *Knockdowns, a statistical term used in American Football when a defender deflects a pass from the quarterback intended for a receiver, resulting in&#8230; …

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