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Synonyms for foray

Synonyms for foray

an act of invading, especially by military forces

to enter so as to attack, plunder, destroy, or conquer

Synonyms for foray

a sudden short attack

an initial attempt (especially outside your usual areas of competence)

briefly enter enemy territory

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A war party of the Poncas had made a foray into the lands of the Omahas, and carried off a number of women and horses.
The investment will accelerate the growth plans of Kalyan Jewellers as it consolidates its leading position in the existing markets and forays into global markets including Singapore and Malaysia.
New tough rules by the central bank of India could force Non-Banking Finance Companies in the nation to quit banking forays.
Noah Siegel, one of the organizers of the event, said he still plans to lead forays out into the woods in the morning and afternoon to look for mushrooms.
But now within a year of going solo, Hero MotoCorp (HMCL) has been making some major plans to make several international forays.
Fall is a ways away, but you still can register in Oakridge now for mushroom forays on two separate weekends: Oct.
BSNL has shortlisted eight consultants, including Ernst & Young, McKinsey, KPMG and PriceWaterHouseCoopers, for its plans of mergers and acquisitions , strategic partnerships and overseas forays.
Cooking up a treat: Ken Hom, who has guided us in our forays into Chinese cooking for the past 25 years.
The forays into the woodland will take place at 11am and 2pm and are suitable for adults and children aged seven and over.
Early unauthorized forays have been reported from the East LA park.
The industrial paintings are his first forays into watercolors, but he said he's already hooked.
The author describes her earliest forays into a child's version of medical research, including an experiment on inducing strokes in gerbils.
Why he has been singled out for this treatment begins with Maisie, the "spirit" of a young aboriginal girl whom he befriends on one of his many forays in the bush surrounding the small town where he lives.
An out-of-body experience is a kind of astro projection where the subject seems to leave their physical body and forays into a real of expanded consciousness, viewing their environment with an awareness that is both familiar and strange for extended periods of time.
An amalgam of tap, ballroom, ballet, and postmodern dance, this adaptation of the yuletide classic--set to an Americanized Tchaikovsky score by Duke Ellington and others--features Parker's trademark rhythmic dancing, including his forays into the percussive possibilities of the pointe shoe.