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ma·raud

 (mə-rôd′)
v. ma·raud·ed, ma·raud·ing, ma·rauds
v.intr.
To rove and raid in search of plunder.
v.tr.
To raid or pillage for spoils.

[French marauder, from maraud, tomcat, vagabond.]

ma·raud′er n.

maraud

(məˈrɔːd)
vb
to wander or raid in search of plunder
n
an archaic word for foray
[C18: from French marauder to prowl, from maraud vagabond]
maˈrauder n

ma•raud

(məˈrɔd)
v.i.
1. to rove in quest of plunder; raid for booty.
v.t.
2. to raid; plunder.
[1705–15; < French marauder, derivative of maraud rogue, vagabond]
ma•raud′er, n.

maraud


Past participle: marauded
Gerund: marauding

Imperative
maraud
maraud
Present
I maraud
you maraud
he/she/it marauds
we maraud
you maraud
they maraud
Preterite
I marauded
you marauded
he/she/it marauded
we marauded
you marauded
they marauded
Present Continuous
I am marauding
you are marauding
he/she/it is marauding
we are marauding
you are marauding
they are marauding
Present Perfect
I have marauded
you have marauded
he/she/it has marauded
we have marauded
you have marauded
they have marauded
Past Continuous
I was marauding
you were marauding
he/she/it was marauding
we were marauding
you were marauding
they were marauding
Past Perfect
I had marauded
you had marauded
he/she/it had marauded
we had marauded
you had marauded
they had marauded
Future
I will maraud
you will maraud
he/she/it will maraud
we will maraud
you will maraud
they will maraud
Future Perfect
I will have marauded
you will have marauded
he/she/it will have marauded
we will have marauded
you will have marauded
they will have marauded
Future Continuous
I will be marauding
you will be marauding
he/she/it will be marauding
we will be marauding
you will be marauding
they will be marauding
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been marauding
you have been marauding
he/she/it has been marauding
we have been marauding
you have been marauding
they have been marauding
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been marauding
you will have been marauding
he/she/it will have been marauding
we will have been marauding
you will have been marauding
they will have been marauding
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been marauding
you had been marauding
he/she/it had been marauding
we had been marauding
you had been marauding
they had been marauding
Conditional
I would maraud
you would maraud
he/she/it would maraud
we would maraud
you would maraud
they would maraud
Past Conditional
I would have marauded
you would have marauded
he/she/it would have marauded
we would have marauded
you would have marauded
they would have marauded
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.maraud - a sudden short attackmaraud - a sudden short attack    
air attack, air raid - an attack by armed planes on a surface target
penetration, incursion - an attack that penetrates into enemy territory
swoop - a very rapid raid
Verb1.maraud - raid and rove in search of bootymaraud - raid and rove in search of booty; "marauding rebels overran the countryside"
foray into, raid - enter someone else's territory and take spoils; "The pirates raided the coastal villages regularly"

maraud

verb raid, loot, plunder, ransack, sack, harry, ravage, foray, forage, pillage, despoil, reive (dialect) Mobs marauded around the city.

maraud

verb
To make a surprise attack on:
Translations

maraud

[məˈrɔːd] VImerodear

maraud

viplündern; they went marauding about the countrysidesie zogen plündernd durch die Lande
vtplündern

maraud

[məˈrɔːd] vidarsi al saccheggio
References in classic literature ?
While thus encamped, they were still liable to the marauds of the Blackfeet, and Captain Bonneville admonished his Indian friends to be upon their guard.