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Definition of despoil:

  1. Spoil.
  2. To deprive for spoil; to plunder; to rob; to pillage; to strip; to divest; - usually followed by of.
  3. To strip, as of clothing; to divest or unclothe.

Synonyms:

dismantle, raid, uncase, dishonor, plunder, flub, hurt, harrow, rape, comb, foul up, botch, mollycoddle, vitiate, assault, dishonour, cocker, outrage, give, muff, bollix up, crimes, bollocks, go bad, frustrate, transgress, scotch, bollix, fluff, break, mishandle, itch, profane, bumble, bungle, divest, botch up, maraud, rob, injure, havoc, violate, featherbed, strip down, bare, go against, impair, denude, bodge, mess up, pamper, rifle, spoliate, cross, thwart, denudate, ransack, disrobe, strip, disinvest, breach, go, louse up, sack, mark, discase, clean, deflower, reave, leach, harm, deprive, muck up, indulge, take its toll, stain, infract, bilk, baby, baffle, pillage, bollocks up, ball up, bobble, offend, peel, foil, fumble, ravish, unclothe, blow, foray, study at ravage, undress, spoil, loot, disfigure, cosset, screw up, corrupt, coddle.

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