- v. Simple past tense and past participle of foray.
“Vodafone Group forayed into the world's second-largest telecom market through its purchase of a 67% stake in Hutchison Essar Ltd. in 2007, but has been facing difficulties ever since.”
“Pillars of Hercules, forayed the Mediterranean, and sat in the high place of government over the soft sun-warm peoples.”
“It was in the myth that they circumnavigated Malaita twice, and forayed as far as”
“July 7th, 2009 NEW DELHI - After establishing itself as the trendy code for women's wear, conform code Kazo has right away forayed in to men's fashion.”
“So, Washington's temperature soared into the springlike 70s three times in five days, a true and welcome departure from wintry weeks of chill in which the mercury had not forayed even so high as 60.”
“I surely have hunted and forayed and fought all the days of my life.”
“Maserati SpA, Ferrari SpA and South Korean motorcycle maker S&T Motors Co. are among the auto makers to have recently forayed into the Indian market.”
“The financial services business is the second business in which the two brothers will now compete directly, after Reliance Industries forayed in to the telecommunications business last year.”
“Has this director -- who forayed into the miraculous strength of belief in his Breaking the Waves -- any truck with religion?”
“Business to his C.V., he forayed into the private sector.”
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