foray definition

  • noun:
    • an abrupt raid or army advance.
    • A venture or a short effort, particularly outside a person's usual area: an actor's foray into politics.
    • a rapid raid or armed forces advance.
    • A venture or a short effort, specifically outside a person's normal location: an actor's foray into politics.
    • A sudden or irregular incursion in border warfare; for this reason, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a short excursion or attempt especially outside your accustomed sphere.
    • A sudden or irregular incursion in edge warfare; for this reason, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • The work of foraging; a predatory adventure.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • a rapid or unusual incursion in edge warfare; therefore, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • an initial attempt (especially outside your usual regions of competence)
    • a-sudden brief attack
    • a quick excursion or effort specifically outside your accustomed world.
    • a rapid or irregular incursion in border warfare; thus, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • The act of foraging; a predatory excursion.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • a preliminary attempt (especially outside your normal areas of competence)
    • a sudden brief assault
    • an abrupt raid or army advance.
    • A sudden raid or military advance.
    • A venture or a preliminary attempt, particularly outside a person's usual location: an actor's foray into politics.
    • A venture or a short effort, specially outside a person's typical location: an actor's foray into politics.
    • a-sudden or unusual incursion in border warfare; hence, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • an abrupt or irregular incursion in border warfare; therefore, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a short adventure or attempt specially outside an individual's accustomed sphere.
    • a quick excursion or effort particularly outside an individual's accustomed sphere.
    • A sudden or unusual incursion in edge warfare; thus, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • The work of foraging; a predatory excursion.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • an initial attempt (especially outside your typical regions of competence)
    • an abrupt brief attack
    • a rapid or irregular incursion in border warfare; for this reason, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • The work of foraging; a predatory adventure.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See intrusion.
    • a short effort (especially outside your normal aspects of competence)
    • a-sudden quick assault
    • A sudden raid or military advance.
    • a-sudden raid or military advance.
    • A venture or a short attempt, especially outside a person's typical location: an actor's foray into politics.
    • A venture or a short attempt, particularly outside a person's normal area: an actor's foray into politics.
    • an abrupt raid or military advance.
    • A venture or an initial effort, particularly outside one's typical area: an actor's foray into politics.
    • A sudden or irregular incursion in edge warfare; hence, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • an abrupt or unusual incursion in border warfare; hence, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • A brief excursion or attempt particularly outside your accustomed sphere.
    • A brief excursion or effort especially outside one's accustomed world.
    • a rapid raid or army advance.
    • an abrupt raid or army advance.
    • A venture or a preliminary attempt, especially outside an individual's usual area: an actor's foray into politics.
    • a-sudden raid or military advance.
    • A venture or a preliminary attempt, specifically outside an individual's usual location: an actor's foray into politics.
    • A venture or a preliminary effort, specifically outside an individual's usual area: an actor's foray into politics.
    • a rapid raid or armed forces advance.
    • A venture or an initial attempt, specially outside your usual location: an actor's foray into politics.
    • a rapid or irregular incursion in border warfare; ergo, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • The work of foraging; a predatory excursion.
    • A sudden or unusual incursion in edge warfare; thus, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a rapid or unusual incursion in edge warfare; thus, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • an abrupt or unusual incursion in border warfare; therefore, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a quick adventure or attempt especially outside an individual's accustomed sphere.
    • A brief adventure or effort especially outside one's accustomed world.
    • A brief adventure or effort specially outside one's accustomed world.
    • an abrupt or unusual incursion in border warfare; hence, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a-sudden or unusual incursion in edge warfare; thus, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • an abrupt or unusual incursion in border warfare; hence, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a-sudden or unusual incursion in border warfare; thus, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • A brief excursion or effort especially outside an individual's accustomed sphere.
    • an abrupt or irregular incursion in edge warfare; ergo, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • The act of foraging; a predatory excursion.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See intrusion.
    • a rapid or irregular incursion in border warfare; for this reason, any irregular incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a-sudden raid or army advance.
    • a short excursion or effort particularly outside an individual's accustomed world.
    • The work of foraging; a predatory adventure.
    • The work of foraging; a predatory adventure.
    • A venture or a preliminary attempt, especially outside a person's typical area: an actor's foray into politics.
    • The work of foraging; a predatory excursion.
    • a preliminary effort (especially outside your normal regions of competence)
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See intrusion.
    • an abrupt or irregular incursion in edge warfare; therefore, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • a preliminary attempt (especially outside your typical regions of competence)
    • a-sudden short attack
    • an abrupt short attack
    • The act of foraging; a predatory excursion.
    • A sudden or irregular incursion in edge warfare; hence, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • A sudden or unusual incursion in edge warfare; thus, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a preliminary attempt (especially outside your typical aspects of competence)
    • a short effort (especially outside your usual areas of competence)
    • a preliminary effort (especially outside your normal aspects of competence)
    • a-sudden short assault
    • a-sudden short attack
    • The work of foraging; a predatory adventure.
    • a short excursion or effort especially outside an individual's accustomed world.
    • a-sudden short attack
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • A sudden or irregular incursion in edge warfare; ergo, any unusual incursion for war or spoils; a raid.
    • a preliminary attempt (especially outside your normal aspects of competence)
    • a-sudden brief assault
    • The work of foraging; a predatory adventure.
    • a preliminary effort (especially outside your normal regions of competence)
    • an abrupt short assault
    • Synonyms Incursion, Raid, etc. See invasion.
    • a short attempt (especially outside your normal regions of competence)
    • a rapid brief attack
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to help make a raid.
    • which will make a raid.
    • In order to make inroads, in terms of revenue or adventure.
    • In order to make inroads, in terms of profit or adventure.
    • In order to make a raid.
    • which will make a raid.
    • to produce inroads, for profit or adventure.
    • to create inroads, in terms of revenue or adventure.
    • In order to make a raid.
    • To make a raid.
    • To make inroads, as for revenue or adventure.
    • to help make a raid.
    • In order to make inroads, in terms of profit or adventure.
    • to produce inroads, as for revenue or adventure.
    • to create a raid.
    • to help make a raid.
    • to produce a raid.
    • In order to make a raid.
    • In order to make inroads, as for profit or adventure.
    • To make inroads, as for profit or adventure.
    • to produce inroads, as for revenue or adventure.
    • to create inroads, for profit or adventure.
    • To make a raid.
    • to produce inroads, as for profit or adventure.
  • verb-transitive:
    • Archaic To pillage searching for spoils.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • Archaic To pillage searching for spoils.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • Archaic To pillage looking for spoils.
    • Archaic To pillage looking for spoils.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • Archaic To pillage searching for spoils.
    • Archaic To pillage searching for spoils.
    • Archaic To pillage searching for spoils.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • Archaic To pillage searching for spoils.
    • Archaic To pillage looking for spoils.
    • Archaic To pillage in search of spoils.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • Archaic To pillage looking for spoils.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • Archaic To pillage searching for spoils.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
  • verb:
    • To scour (a location or location) for food, treasure, booty etc.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To scour (a place or place) for food, gem, booty etc.
    • shortly enter enemy area
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • take items; simply take as spoils
    • briefly enter enemy territory
    • take goods; simply take since spoils
    • To scour (a location or spot) for food, gem, booty an such like.
    • To scour (a location or destination) for food, resource, booty etc.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • quickly enter enemy area
    • take items; just take since spoils
    • quickly enter opponent area
    • take products; simply take since spoils
    • To scour (an area or spot) for food, resource, booty etc.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To scour (an area or spot) for meals, gem, booty etc.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To scour (a location or location) for meals, treasure, booty etc.
    • To scour (a place or destination) for food, treasure, booty an such like.
    • To scour (a location or spot) for food, prize, booty an such like.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To scour (a place or location) for food, resource, booty etc.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • To scour (a place or destination) for meals, resource, booty an such like.
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • quickly enter adversary area
    • quickly enter enemy territory
    • steal items; take since spoils
    • take goods; just take as spoils
    • To scour (an area or destination) for food, treasure, booty etc.
    • quickly enter opponent territory
    • shortly enter opponent territory
    • quickly enter adversary area
    • take items; just take because spoils
    • take goods; simply take because spoils
    • To pillage; to ravage.
    • steal products; simply take since spoils
    • briefly enter opponent territory
    • take products; just take as spoils
    • shortly enter enemy area
    • take items; take as spoils
    • quickly enter enemy territory
    • steal products; just take because spoils
  • others:
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • To engage in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • to take part in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • to take part in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • to take part in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • To engage in a foray; pillage.
    • To engage in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • To engage in a foray; pillage.
    • to take part in a foray; pillage.
    • To engage in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • to take part in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • to take part in a foray; pillage.
    • To ravage; pillage.
    • to take part in a foray; pillage.

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