[ UK /məɹˈɔːdɐ/ ]
[ US /mɝˈɔdɝ/ ]
  1. someone who attacks in search of booty
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How To Use marauder In A Sentence

  • We had terrible visions of savage marauders destroying sacred idols, throwing them around with vicious glee.
  • Only the faded sashes they wore, and the weapons they carried, marked them as anything but ordinary folk fleeing the marauders.
  • He saw the soldiers and the land-girls, the silver sausage shapes of the barrage balloons in the sky, the occasional flight of marauder or defender aeroplanes droning aloft.
  • Red Marauder, despite mistakes, won by a distance from Smarty (16-1).
  • And I pictured portly monks in sackcloth habits fighting off marauders with arrows blessed by some medieval bishop.
  • Waterloo libero Brian Fuchs returns a serve as his teammates look on during Wednesday's action versus the visiting McMaster Marauders.
  • 1645 This year the colony was attacked by a party of 'rowdies' or marauders and the missioners were carried off to Virginia." [ Captain Richard Ingle The Maryland "Pirate and Rebel," 1642-1653
  • It was at that age that he was sold into slavery by a group of Irish marauders that raided his village.
  • Fights and chases erupt when personal penguin space is invaded or when young marauders snitch a few prized pebbles to start building nests of their own.
  • Hours of all the chanceful fortunes of a soldier's life, in hill-wars and desert raids, passed in memory through his thoughts now where he was stretched; looking dreamily through the film of his smoke at the city of tents, and the reclining forms of camels, and the tall, white slowly moving shapes of the lawless marauders of the sand plains. Under Two Flags
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