He sailed westward from thence to Valland, and marauded there.
It was marauded by merciless bands of savages, led, in some instances, by Frenchmen.
They marauded the country in quest of horses and provisions.
Cow Boys from the British lines were scouring the country, and had recently marauded the neighborhood.
He sailed westward from thence to Valland and marauded there.
We sailed all the way north to Northumberland, where we plundered, and thence to Scotland, where we marauded far and wide.
Guthorm had also been engaged early in forays, and had marauded much in the Western countries with a large force.
He sailed all the way north to Northumberland, where he plundered; and thence to Scotland, where he marauded far and wide.
Not the valley alone had been marauded, but that "To-morrow," and all it meant to her.
He then went eastwards to the district of Gautland, marauded there, and took great ransom from the country.
1690s, from French marauder (17c.), from Middle French maraud "rascal" (15c.), of unknown origin, perhaps from French dialectal maraud "tomcat," echoic of its cry. A word popularized in several languages during the Thirty Years War (cf. Spanish merodear, German marodiren "to maraud," marodebruder "straggler, deserter") by punning association with Count Mérode, imperialist general. Related: Marauded; marauding.