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noun as in pillager, raider

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Which does she find scarier—the Aussie tabloids or Taliban marauders?

Substantial portions of India had by then already fallen to foreign marauders.

Constabulary was insufficient to cope with the marauders, and regular troops had to be sent to these provinces.

The peace had, all over Europe, and nowhere more than in England, turned crowds of old soldiers into marauders.

From deep in the forest came a pulsating cry, the farewell of the marauders, as they swiftly fell back toward New River.

The massacre lasted three days; after which the marauders, laden with booty, took refuge in the mountains.

He also took precautions of arming himself for defence against marauders.


On this page you'll find 11 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to marauders, such as: bandit, looter, robber, outlaw, thief, and plunderer.

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