Origin of maraud
OTHER WORDS FROM maraudma·raud·er, noun
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How to use maraud in a sentence
Like pillagers of harvest, Their fame is far abroad, As gray remorseless troopers That plunder and maraud.Songs from Vagabondia|Bliss Carman and Richard Hovey
Maraud seized upon one, but when he had cut it he perceived that it was made of hairs, and he threw it down in disgust.Legends & Romances of Brittany|Lewis Spence
Was he right in thinking that Madam Maraud was also happy in August?
Some of his people who had been out, partly on a scout, partly maraud, brought him some news.In the Whirl of the Rising|Bertram Mitford
Her health could not be called robust, but it gave no cause of anxiety to M. Maraud.