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    ransack - Dictionary definition and meaning for word ransack

    (verb) steal goods; take as spoils
    Synonyms : despoil , foray , loot , pillage , plunder , reave , rifle , strip
    Example Sentence
    • During the earthquake people looted the stores that were deserted by their owners
    (verb) search thoroughly
    Synonyms : comb
    Example Sentence
    • They combed the area for the missing child
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for ransack

this sounds like run seek...RUN+SEEK...so you must run to seek a house for your self.....you must search throughly about a house.

I ran through the sack (searched throughly) stil I didn't get my pen

RUN+SACK...If you lose something and try to search thoroughly, you run your eyes through sack and try to find it out....

ranSACK so fill the sack with what ever you SEEK

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run and SEEK the thing to pilfer

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