Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of marauder.

Etymologies

Old French marault: a vagabond through French. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • We have stood deaf, mute and blind as our motherland is raped by land-grabbing raiders and marauders from the Middle East to India.

    Alemayehu G. Mariam: Lessons From Columbia U.

  • They were further protection of marauders from the north such as Sir Frances Drake and John Hawkins.

    There's a lot to see and do in Veracruz, Mexico

  • "The peaceful tribe in the valley is going to be wiped out by the marauders from the hills."

    why i'm leaving, part 3,547

  • The peaceful tribe in the valley is going to be wiped out by the marauders from the hills.

    why i'm leaving, part 3,547

  • Built it was, on its sea-front, like any island fortress, with walled coral-rock to oppose the sea and chance marauders from the sea, and with launching ways through the walls for the long canoes.

    Chapter 11

  • I must tell you, moreover, valorous sir, that the Varangians will little thank their leader, who heard them called marauders, drunkards, and what not, and repelled not the charge on the spot.”

    Count Robert of Paris

  • The marauders were a loose-knit band of activists called the Fragaria Freedom Fighters fragaria being Latin for strawberry.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • I must tell you, moreover, valorous sir, that the Varangians will little thank their leader, who heard them called marauders, drunkards, and what not, and repelled not the charge on the spot. "

    Waverley Novels — Volume 12

  • He found on his arrival at that place that the marauders were a foraging-party of regular Confederate cavalry, and not guerillas.

    A Lieutenant at Eighteen

  • Carlos had not the slightest doubt but that the marauders were the

    The White Chief A Legend of Northern Mexico

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