Definition of Forayers

1. Noun. (plural of forayer) ¹



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Definition of Forayers

1. forayer [n] - See also: forayer

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Forayers

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foraminifers
foraminotomy
foraminous
foraminulum
forams
forane
foraneous
forasmuch
forasmuch as
foravirumab
foray
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forayer
forayers (current term)
foraying
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forb
forbad
forbade
forbar
forbare
forbathe
forbear
forbearance
forbearances
forbearant
forbeare
forbearer

Literary usage of Forayers

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1. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1882)
"THE forayers; or, THE RAID OF THE DOG DAYS, Г VII.—EUTAW. A SEQUEL TO THE forayers, - - in 1 Vol, Historical Romances of the American Revolution, viz. ..."

2. Southern History of the War by Edward Alfred Pollard (1865)
"THE forayers; or, The Raid of the Dog-days. 7. EUTAW. A Sequel to The forayers. 8. GUY RIVERS; A Tale of Georgia. 10. BORDER BEAGLES: A Tale of 11. ..."

3. William Gilmore Simms by William P[eterfield] Trent (1892)
"It would hardly seem so; and yet "The forayers" and "Eutaw" show no sign of flagging powers, and are among the most interesting of all the Revolutionary ..."

4. Southern Fiction Prior to 1860: An Attempt at a First-hand Bibliography by James Gibson Johnson (1909)
"(Pp. 398.) Woodcraft; or, Hawks about the Dovecote. A Story of the South at the Close of the Revolution. (Pp. 518.) Eu- taw: A Sequel to the forayers; or, ..."

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