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Depredation

Dep`re`da´tion
n.1.The act of depredating, or the state of being depredated; the act of despoiling or making inroads; as, the sea often makes depredation on the land.
Noun1.depredation - an act of plundering and pillaging and marauding
Synonyms: predation
2.depredation - (usually plural) a destructive action; "the ravages of time"; "the depradations of age and disease"
Synonyms: ravage

DEPREDATION, French law. The pillage which is made of the goods of a decedent. Ferr. Mod. h.t.

banditry, bloodbath, blue ruin, breakup, brigandage, brigandism, carnage, consumption, damnation, decimation, desolation, despoiling, despoilment, despoliation, destruction, devastation, direption, disintegration, disorganization, disruption, dissolution, foraging, foray, freebooting, havoc, hecatomb, holocaust, laying waste, looting, marauding, perdition, pillage, pillaging, plunder, plundering, raid, raiding, ransacking, rape, rapine, ravage, ravagement, ravages, ravaging, ravishment, razzia, reiving, rifling, robbery, ruin, ruination, sack, sacking, shambles, slaughter, spoiling, spoliation, undoing, vandalism, waste, wrack, wrack and ruin, wreck
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Deprecation
Deprecative
deprecatively
Deprecator
deprecatory
Depreciate
depreciating
Depreciation
depreciation allowance
depreciation charge
depreciation rate
Depreciative
Depreciator
Depreciatory
Depredable
Depredate
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Depredator
Depredatory
Depredicate
Deprehend
Deprehensible
Deprehension
Depress
Depressant
Depressed
depressed fracture
depressing
Depressingly
Depression
Depression of the dewpoint
Depression of the pole
Depression of the visible horizon
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