Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of raid.

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  • adjective characterized by plundering or pillaging or marauding

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Examples

  • From the veranda he had seen him fling sticks of exploding dynamite into a screeching mass of blacks who had come raiding from the Beyond in the long war canoes, beaked and black, carved and inlaid with mother-of-pearl, which they had left hauled up on the beach at the door of Meringe.

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  • I think part of the reason why invested players gravitate towards raiding is it provides a structure for playing together.

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  • However, the notion of party-raiding is not seriously an issue in the District, where the Democratic primary in essence serves as the general election.

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  • Also: @Devinius: one-shot means not only to kill with one hit, but it also means, in raiding, you killed it without wiping.

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  • At present, exactly how many male elephants engage in crop-raiding is unknown.

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  • Bush is a liar and a thief and only interested in raiding the federal treasury for his friends.

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  • In a survey last year, Experian, a credit reference agency, found that 53 out of 71 local authorities reported bin raiding was taking place in their areas, and getting noticeably worse.

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  • From the veranda he had seen him fling sticks of exploding dynamite into a screeching mass of blacks who had come raiding from the Beyond in the long war canoes, beaked and black, carved and inlaid with mother-of-pearl, which they had left hauled up on the beach at the door of Meringe.

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  • "'Cause they 're pirates, that 's why, and because there 's more money in raiding the private beds."

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  • What’s more, cattle-raiding is traditional in Northern Kenya.

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