marauder
noun see maraud

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  • Marauder — Ma*raud er, n. [From {Maraud}, v.: cf. F. maraudeur.] A rover in quest of booty or plunder; a plunderer; one who pillages. De Quincey. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • marauder — 1690s, agent noun from MARAUD (Cf. maraud) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • Marauder — A marauder (plural marauders) is a bandit, outlaw, raider or such like who moves about in roving fashion looking for plunder. Other uses of marauder, usually derived from the above include: in Football Marauder is a team that loses to Cathedral… …   Wikipedia

  • marauder — (ma rô dé) 1°   V. n. Aller en maraude.    Fig. •   Petits hommes d État, entachés de poésie, qui maraudons de chétifs mensonges sur des ruines, CHATEAUB. Mémoires, t. V, p. 306. 2°   V. a. Piller par maraude. Marauder un village. HISTORIQUE… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

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