What is the noun for plunder?

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plunder
  1. An instance of plundering
  2. The loot attained by plundering
  3. (slang, dated) baggage; luggage
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  5. Examples:
    1. “The thieves were apprehended before they could make off with their plunder.”
      “Camp followers and curiosity-seekers were eager to follow the main army southward to engage in the plunder of Spartan farms.”
      “They got together from the neighboring camps to endeavor, if possible, to overtake us encumbered with our plunder.”
plundering
plunderage
plunderer
  1. One who plunders or pillages.
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  3. Examples:
    1. “There is true political economy shaking hands with the plunderer of the Saxon!”
      “He was, of course, a consummate thief, but he was probably not the most thoroughgoing plunderer among the world's despots.”
      “The new conditions of existence favoured changes this, what home farming created, without threats from side plunderer.”
plunderess
  1. (rare) A female plunderer.
plunderings
plunderers
  1. plural of plunderer
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  3. Examples:
    1. “In 1995 he was shown many of the same sculptures, but by then plunderers had cut them up to sell piece by piece on the antiquities market.”
      “For three days the plunderers worked unhindered and carried away their booty in front of running cameras.”
      “Competition between elites is too easily turned into collusion between plunderers.”
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