- n a sudden short attack
- v raid and rove in search of booty
marauding rebels overran the countryside
- In strict movie terms, that sounds like Hollywood giving itself a license to maraud its old films: to show them chopped down to fit a TV time slot and a standard TV frame; to .
- That's the philosophy of the "dacoit" bandits who maraud across India's impoverished northern plains.
- In the wild Chiri ("Different Wisdom") mountains of southwest Korea, Red guerrilla bands still maraud and plunder, sweeping down from their lairs to ransack villages and loot the.