Congress felt that they were being used as slush funds to allow senior management to loot the firm.
Some 75 percent of that loot went to the Democratic Party or one of its candidates, and 25 percent went to Republicans.
We're also reminded that the Arab revolt had as its primary incentive British gold and the promise of loot.
Go and loot shops from business owners who were not part of the original problem whatsoever.
There is still no security in her village and rebels continue to loot and kill her relatives.
Perhaps the rider carried the loot, and had circled to escape interception.
There were too many other ships' companies clamoring for their turn to loot.
When ambition and glory lure a nation on, the desire for loot supplies the motor force.
Far less, naturally, than Barter had made by selling his loot.
The city itself was British vandalism turned over to loot and massacre.
Money, esp a large amount of money: Rich planters would come and spend some awful large amounts of loot/ There's a lot of loot there, kiddo (1930+ Jazz musicians)
A lieutenant; lieut (1898+)