The original Russian state, “Old Russia,” was established at Novgorod in A.D. 862 by marauding Vikings.
During Reconstruction, politicians and marauding citizen militias imposed segregation on post-slavery South.
But to stop a marauding militia that has kidnapped tens of thousands of kids over decades, a more potent force is required.
Thousands perished en route to safer shores or fell prey to marauding pirates.
The marauding, man-eating Titans are mutated, androgynous beasts that have no need to feed but love to kill.
Kenton and his scouts patrolled the Ohio, crossing and recrossing on the track of marauding savages.
And do you call this midnight assembly of marauding savages a review?
The enemy's cruisers kept the coast in perpetual alarm by their marauding excursions in defenseless harbors.
The place is remote, and in a corner out of the path of marauding tribes.
marauding parties of guerillas had often stopped the mail, and when practicable, robbed the passengers.
1690s, from French marauder (17c.), from Middle French maraud "rascal" (15c.), of unknown origin, perhaps from French dialectal maraud "tomcat," echoic of its cry. A word popularized in several languages during the Thirty Years War (cf. Spanish merodear, German marodiren "to maraud," marodebruder "straggler, deserter") by punning association with Count Mérode, imperialist general. Related: Marauded; marauding.