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noun as in incursion, attempt

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But his first forays into film were forgettable comedies like Booty Call.

My Beats experience has been just as frustrating as my previous forays into streaming and downloading.

That was one of my earlier forays into the world of videos, and I got really excited by the format.

But I do think that mindfulness meditation is very promising and I continue to try to make little forays into it.

In Minnesota, Kempenich, brings groups into the forest 200 miles north of Minneapolis for overnight forays.

The Caffres, however, were not prevented from reorganising themselves for fresh forays.

The Caffres continued to make forays within the colony, and to plunder cattle.

These forays were conducted in much more gentlemanly fashion than the harrying of the Christian valleys in the autumn of 1915.

But this fort would now be a hindrance to such forays, and the slaveholders demanded that it should be destroyed.

There was, as yet, no great overpopulation of mountainous areas compelling raids or forays into piedmont zones.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to forays, such as: inroad, raid, invasion, descent, irruption, and sortie.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.