Breaths come to him in song of the distant Cheviots and the ring of foraying hoofs.
The Flower of Yarrow herself did not disdain to stimulate, in this way, the foraying spirit of old Harden.
He at once concentrated the British forces at New York, pursuing a policy of foraying expeditions in place of regular campaigns.
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.