How to use razzia in a sentence
When day dawned it was ascertained that this daring razzia had cost Mahomed a hundred horses.Some Heroes of Travel | W. H. Davenport Adams
She had been sold by auction, as usual, the day after the return from the razzia, and had fallen to the lot of one of the men.Some Heroes of Travel | W. H. Davenport Adams
A razzia was ordered in the night, and its result was eight hundred prisoners and twelve thousand head of cattle.
The Algerine coast has enriched our language with at least two words, respectively warlike and peaceful—razzia and fantasia.
It was the people of the same tribe who formed a razzia expedition against us.
British Dictionary definitions for razzia
history a raid for plunder or slaves, esp one carried out by Moors in North Africa
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