Examples of maraud in a Sentence
just for kicks, bored teenagers marauded neighborhood houses while their owners were away
Recent Examples of maraud from the Web
After the death of the Caliph Harun al-Rashid in 809, the Baghdad caliphate plunged into civil war; in succeeding centuries, marauding Mongols poured into the Arab lands, killing people and wrecking schools.
Eventually the scientists discover that their serum has created a mutant species of marauding bunnies the size of bears.
Think bored and drunk young men marauding through neighborhoods, mayhem on their minds.
In one corner of the world, marauding young men with machetes wander around maiming the noncompliant; in another, the sun sets as happy children play quietly in the sand.
On April 22, 40 to 60 marauding youths attacked a BART train at the Coliseum station in Oakland.
There have been land invasions into Laikipia County’s western reaches from marauding, politically motivated cattle herders from the north, who have overrun private property and even burned down a tourist lodge.
Marauding residents wielded guns, sticks of dynamite, bottles of kerosene.
And that’s quite the gamble for the jewels, since the forest stocks no shortage of not only marauding ants, but other fiends like wasps and birds.
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Origin and Etymology of maraud
First Known Use: 1684See Words from the same year
MARAUD Defined for Kids
Definition of maraud for Students
: to roam about and raid in search of things to steal
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