from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Obsolete form of foray. (predatory excursion)
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The act of ravaging; a ravaging; a predatory excursion. See foray.
- transitive v. To foray; to ravage; to pillage.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An obsolete form at foray.
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Seems that Palin's first forray into policy discussions is clear, cogent and convincing.
It's named Naturale because it's winemaker Rich Olsen-Harbich's forray into natural winemaking.
Suffice it to say, after my brief forray into farm labor, my right hand (my TEXTING hand!!) was completely frozen in a most unsettling, claw-like manner.
While the dress only stayed on for a few hours due to the workout it gave me, it was a great forray into surrealism, and perhaps a potential future jewelry-apparel endeavor was born.
While the dress only stayed on for a few hours due to the workout it gave me, it was a great forray into surrealism, and perhaps a potential future "jewelry-apparel" endeavor was born.
One of the editors of Adbusters magazine has a populist strategy to create an online revolt against Google's latest forray into targeted online advertising, a tactic that Congress Quarterly reports, from behind its subscription wall, caught the eye of federal lawmakers Wednesday.
Did it matter that he'd had a conman, phony "presidential seal" designed and affixed to his lectern on his ridiculous overseas ego forray until he was ordered to get rid of it?
His questions probed deep into the political forray which held the attention of political affecionados but were simply delivered so that the average American could understand and participate in the political discussion.
Even though the A&N household had a recent forray into pizza-making, we went down that road again for a good cause: this month's Daring Baker's challenge, set by Rosa of Rosa's Yummy-Yums.
Way to go Spamazon on your first forray into electronic devices.