foray[ fawr-ey, for-ey ]SEE DEFINITION OF foray
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORAY
Nor did such office of leader outlast a foray or a campaign.
The foray was a crazy idea, and Shann wondered again why he had agreed to it.
The season of the foray had opened and flocks must be guarded by day and night.
He would not go to foray, after the fashion of outlaws, and there was no need of this.
He determined, therefore, on every account, to make a foray into Macedon.
The scoundrel in the bath had heard, had taken advantage, made a foray and hidden.
Once in the winter a party of Highlanders were out on a foray.
This foray had extended one hundred and fifty miles from the fort.
With what heart can any of the Achaeans do your bidding, either on foray or in open fighting?
I dread the Indian foray; I shall tremble at every sign of the savage.