The Kluges' foray into the high-powered whirl of Palm Beach benefits proved more problematic.
Watch his foray into the land of the Internet in this deodorant shtick that has gone viral.
In 2000, Holder left government for a Washington law firm, his first foray into the private sector.
Her first foray abroad, earlier this month, brought a rare downpour of brickbats.
My first foray toward the magazine was when I returned from living in Egypt for two years, in 1971.
Night had turned the place into a dark pit, and the mosquitoes were abroad on their nightly foray.
The foray was a crazy idea, and Shann wondered again why he had agreed to it.
Indeed it was she who led the first foray, in which she was herself severely wounded, as will be seen.
The season of the foray had opened and flocks must be guarded by day and night.
From her half-whispered sentences the professor learned that her father and mother had both been killed in a foray of the Muras.
late 14c., Scottish, from the verb (14c.), perhaps a back-formation of Middle English forreyer "raider, forager" (mid-14c.), from Old French forrier, from forrer "to forage" (see forage (n.)). Disused by 18c.; revived by Scott.