Definitions

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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of maraud.

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Examples

  • South Ossetian militias marauded within the Russian controlled areas, looting and burning Georgian villages and terrorizing the local population.

    The Return

  • South Ossetian militias marauded within the Russian controlled areas, looting and burning Georgian villages and terrorizing the local population.

    The Return

  • Members of the Merseyside police face rioters in Toxteth where hundreds marauded through the streets for up to five hours.

    Riot copycats in Liverpool lash out at police and neighbours

  • South Ossetian militias marauded within the Russian controlled areas, looting and burning Georgian villages and terrorizing the local population.

    The Return

  • On Feb. 3, the day after pro-regime thugs marauded through Tahrir Square on camels and horses, Al Ahram's headline read: "Millions Come Out to Support Mubarak."

    Egyptians Take On 'Mini-Mubaraks'

  • Many likened the incident to the "Day of Camels" clashes in Tahrir Square on Feb. 2, when allegedly paid "baltagiya," or thugs—some of whom rode horses and camels—marauded through an antiregime rally in a last-ditch effort to violently break up demonstrations without using official force.

    Cairo Clashes Show Backlash

  • South Ossetian militias marauded within the Russian controlled areas, looting and burning Georgian villages and terrorizing the local population.

    The Return

  • If they give you Velvet for a middle name you can expect to be misunderstood, maligned, marauded.

    Velvet

  • Gangs of youths marauded through the streets, the Kyrgyz agency AKIpress reported, blockading the centre of town with barricades.

    Kyrgyzstan erupts into ethnic war

  • The declaration by the U.N. that the fighting was "orchestrated, targeted and well-planned" – set off by organized groups of gunmen in ski masks – bolsters government claims that hired attackers marauded through Osh, shooting at both Kyrgyz and Uzbeks to inflame old tensions.

    Kyrgyz Violence: Red Cross Says 'Several Hundred' Killed In Ethnic Fighting

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