Definitions for pillager
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
pil•lageˈpɪl ɪdʒ(v.; n.)-laged, -lag•ing
(v.t.)to strip ruthlessly of money or goods by open violence, as in war; plunder.
to take as booty.
(v.i.)to rob with open violence; take booty.
(n.)the act of plundering, esp. in war.
Origin of pillage:
1350–1400; ME pilage < MF pillage, der. of piller to pillage, orig., to abuse, tear
plunderer, pillager, looter, spoiler, despoiler, raider, freebooter(noun)
someone who takes spoils or plunder (as in war)
A person who pillages
one who pillages