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use "plunge" in a sentence

After a Giants punt, T. J. Duckett closed the lead to six with a one yard plunge.

Only then can you plunge into the middle of an enemy swarm and blow it up from the inside.

She stole parts and hypnotized Tech to build her Shroud Caster which would plunge Acmetropolis
go after the ships.

His schemes are invariably nautical and typically involve pillage, plunder, and domination of all the oceans in the world.

We counted more than 50 chariots per battalion, the result of the plunder of Cordoba.

For years the Khanates of Kazan and Astrakhan routinely made raids on Russian principalities for slaves and to plunder towns.

In the absence of coordinated Imperial military response, foreign peoples seized the opportunity for invasion and plunder.

When they finally did catch tomb robbers they used limb twisting tactics to interrogate the tomb robbers and obtain information about where the plunder was and who their accomplices were.

plunder was commonly used to pay and feed armies.

Ali had given orders that no fugitive should be pursued, nor any wounded soldier slain nor plunder seized, nor the privacy of any house invaded.

Banishment The Romans were restive because no plunder had been reaped out of Falerii.

The Germans replied by charging the missionaries themselves with partaking of the plunder." 94 more results not shown.

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