maraud


ma·raud

verb \mə-ˈrd\

Definition of MARAUD

intransitive verb
:  to roam about and raid in search of plunder
transitive verb
:  raid, pillage
ma·raud·er noun

Examples of MARAUD

  1. <just for kicks, bored teenagers marauded neighborhood houses while their owners were away>

Origin of MARAUD

French marauder
First Known Use: 1684

Rhymes with MARAUD

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