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
The exact origins of the Knights of Ren are unknown, but at some point a gang of dark side-using marauders established themselves in the galaxy’s Unknown Regions, terrorizing the people of the galaxy.Star Wars: How The Knights of Ren Are Different From The Sith | email@example.com (Unknown) | October 17, 2021 | TechCrunch
Last month, a new marauder descended on Nineveh and the nearby city of Mosul.
In a live TV interview the prime minister called the demonstrators “çapulcu,” which means “looter” or “marauder” in Turkish.Smiling Under a Cloud of Tear Gas: Elif Shafak on Istanbul’s Streets | Elif Shafak | June 11, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
Their wings cuffed the marauder's head in a fashion that confused him.The Watchers of the Trails | Charles G. D. Roberts
One would have supposed that the inhabitants of a castle so fortified might defy the attack of an insect marauder.The Book of Curiosities | I. Platts
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