Definition of marauder in English:

marauder

noun

  • A person who marauds; a raider:

    ‘a band of English marauders were surprised and overcome’
    • ‘We need not look for ‘proof’ by poring over the dusty records of the meticulous pillagers, marauders, and savvy tradesmen.’
    • ‘If international rugby is to mean anything, trans-nations marauders seeking higher wages really should be stopped.’
    • ‘Ships of our navy have had occasional run-ins with pirates and marauders, but war for us is like the vaguest memory.’
    • ‘I can hardly think of a worse fate for any society than to be led into the future by the political class of gangsters, marauders, looters, and liars.’
    • ‘This location afforded a natural fortress to protect it from roving marauders and pirates in search of valuable goods.’
    raider, plunderer, pillager, looter, robber, pirate, freebooter, buccaneer, corsair, rover, bandit, brigand, rustler, highwayman, ravager
    cateran, mosstrooper
    reaver, snaphance
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Pronunciation:

marauder

/məˈrɔːdə/