marauder

[ muh-raw-der ]
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noun
  1. someone who travels around plundering or pillaging: China built its famous Great Wall to keep out marauders from the steppes.

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How to use marauder in a sentence

  • Climbing upon the bars, he yelled furiously at the 70 marauder, expecting to see him vanish like a red streak.

    The Backwoodsmen | Charles G. D. Roberts
  • He was quite unreasonably glad when the plans for a concerted campaign against the marauder so suddenly fell through.

    Kings in Exile | Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts
  • To make things worse, this long-flanked, long-jawed marauder was no less cunning than fierce.

    Kings in Exile | Sir Charles George Douglas Roberts