1. [late 17C–18C] (UK Und.) to rob a house, esp. when the thieves empty it of all moveable contents.
2. [late 17C+] to rob a person.
3. [1980s] (US campus) to upset or harm a person.
SE in slang uses
[mid-19C] one who steals washing from its drying lines.
[1950s] (US) an automobile that has been modified to improve its performance.
[1950s+] (US) a bar or club that offers striptease shows.
[1930s+] (orig. US) a striptease show.
[late 18C] (Irish) to dress in second-hand clothes.
see separate entries.
[1900s] (Aus.) to become fiercely argumentative.
[mid-18C] a general excl. of imprecation.