[ US /ˈɹeɪdɝ/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈe‍ɪdɐ/ ]
  1. someone who takes spoils or plunder (as in war)
  2. a corporate investor who intends to take over a company by buying a controlling interest in its stock and installing new management
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How To Use raider In A Sentence

  • Fans who gathered there to watch the Raiders play on Sunday repeatedly used the term "love-hate relationship" when describing Davis. NYT > Home Page
  • A ram-raider returned to Medway in April to steal a Nissan Cabstar lorry from Commissioner's Road, Strood. Kos RSS Feed
  • The raiders then escaped with about £ 300 from a safe.
  • Still, the Raiders have to generate some semblance of pressure with their front four.
  • The shot hit the raider in the upper chest and killed him instantly.
  • Kicking off in 1944, the film opens with the type of prologue that could have been lifted straight from the Indiana Jones escapade, Raiders of the Lost Ark.
  • A market trader has told how he faces going out of business after overnight raiders stripped his van of £10,000 worth of goods.
  • One of the reasons I strongly recommend using antecedents is that if you say your story is like ROMANCING THE STONE and LARA CROFT: TOMB RAIDER, it tells me you have a woman hero in an inflated action story that’s going after adrenaline and excitement. Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » INTERVIEW: Michael Hauge, Part 1
  • She ran downstairs as the raiders flung open drawers and sent furniture flying. The Sun
  • My escort explains that they are daman trails, in other words the trails worn by Turkoman raiders passing back and forth on their man-stealing expeditions, before their subjugation by the Russians. Around the World on a Bicycle - Volume II From Teheran To Yokohama
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