raid

All Noun Verb
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  • Initially, the raid went well, and they met no resistance entering the town.
  • Join the army at once & help to stop an air raid.
  • This was the first large scale raid from the United Kingdom during the war.
  • Instead, the initial attack was thought of as a large-scale raid.
  • Air raids in World War One caused significant damage and took many lives.
  • In addition, authorities expected that the raids would be brief and during the day.
  • Several local raids occurred during her childhood and on one occasion her village was burned.
  • Development of a German political response to the raid took several turns.
  • This raid was done about a month after the previous.
  • Later he moved into other provinces, moving from place to place raiding towns and cities.
  • The raid caused a larger military presence in the area.
  • Butler raided them three times but he never found the train money.
  • The film suggests the raid did not launch until up-to-the-minute data was received.
  • One of his men is killed during the raid.
  • There police raided them at night to see if they were sharing a bed.
  • Maryland remained on station for the next week and continued her artillery support mission through several more air raids.
  • The fleet sailed up the east coast of England raiding as they went.
  • No significant building took place during this period, apart from an air-raid shelter in the southern front garden.
  • The raiding continued and with each year became more and more intense.
  • He was often seen raiding up the sideline from his right back position.
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Meaning of raid

  • noun An attempt by speculators to defraud investors
  • verb Search without warning, make a sudden surprise attack on
    The police raided the crack house
  • verb Take over (a company) by buying a controlling interest of its stock
    T. Boone Pickens raided many large companies
  • verb Search for something needed or desired
    Our babysitter raided our refrigerator