Maraud – meaning of the word and examples

Go about in search of things to steal or people to attack. (Oxford Dictionaries)

Raid and plunder (a place). (Oxford Dictionaries)

To roam about and raid in search of plunder. (Merriam – Webster)

To wander or raid in search of plunder. (Collins Dictionary)

Marauder is a person or animal that goes from one place to another looking for people to kill or things to steal or destroy. (Cambridge Dictionary)

Examples

Foray and Maraud. Thesaurus. Plus.

https://thesaurus.plus/related/foray/maraud

Word of the Day: Maraud.

https://ideasofthevagabond.wordpress.com/2015/01/29/word-of-the-day-maraud/

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