I surely have hunted and forayed and fought all the days of my life.
I wonder how many people thought of this when Englishmen "forayed Gaza" just before Easter, 1917?
He chose North Adams as his headquarters, and forayed thence in various directions over a radius of twenty miles.
late 14c., Scottish, from the verb (14c.), perhaps a back-formation of Middle English forreyer "raider, forager" (mid-14c.), from Old French forrier, from forrer "to forage" (see forage (n.)). Disused by 18c.; revived by Scott.