Synonym: invade, pillage, plunder, raid. Similar words: fray, gray, tray, array, spray, portray, oral, for ages. Meaning: ['fɑreɪ /'fɑr-] n. 1. a sudden short attack 2. an initial attempt (especially outside your usual areas of competence). v. 1. steal goods; take as spoils 2. briefly enter enemy territory.
Random good picture Not show
1 It will be my first foray into local government.
2 I made a quick foray into town before lunch to get my sister a present.
3 Most guests make at least one foray into the town.
4 She made a brief foray into acting before becoming a teacher.
5 Wright is about to make his first foray into the music business.
6 They withdrew after each foray, and the Vietminh returned.
7 For many it was their first foray into politics.
8 His foray into biography is also a resounding success.
9 And so Lacy began his foray into local politics.
10 My first tepid foray into activism was the Pillbox Hat Incident.
11 The rioters did make the occasional foray,[www.Sentencedict.com] but north of the Santa Monica Freeway the thin blue line swiftly grew thicker.
12 Our foray into book publishing, soon to be repeated, used Ventura and this too is now part of our arsenal.
13 Co. as it ends its money-losing foray into financial services.
14 Microsoft's foray into the message business has risks of another sort.
15 After making a foray into Bessie's pantry(sentencedict.com), Lucien helped himself to a quick meal of bread and meat.
16 Morrison clearly enjoyed this foray into the territory of the literary critic.
17 After an unsuccessful foray into politics, Ramsey went back to his law practice.
18 Her first foray into short-handed sailing was in 1982 when she took part in the Round Britain Race.
19 Emporio Armani, the Italian fashion house, has made a discreet foray into furnishings.
20 I had been almost ready to invent some pretext for a foray to the northward.
21 Lothar, in a last bid to shore up his power in western Francia, made a foray to the Seine.
22 Hanson is said to be gearing up for a further full-scale foray into our industrial base.
23 You were looking like a drowned rat after our little foray into Puddephat's rooms.
24 The sealed tender system has, in the past, alternated with the occasional foray by the MoD into auctions.
25 But I also realize that it was my first demonstration, my very first foray into protest politics.
26 Richard Branson's Virgin Records, for instance, grew and diversified, including a successful foray into cheap transatlantic flights.
27 Co. for $ 2. 72 billion as it ends its money-losing foray into financial services.
28 This was my distinct feeling when nervously trying to set up my first foray into journalism.
29 Co. for $ 2. 72 billion, putting an end to its money-losing foray into financial services.
30 Red faces all round at Chase Manhattan following a foray into London's docklands in search of new offices.
More similar words: fray, gray, tray, array, spray, portray, oral, for ages, orator, morass, orange, storage, for a time, decorate, corporal, adorable, temporal, voracious, corporate, favorable, elaborate, temporary, pejorative, demoralize, incorporate, behavioral, ameliorate, laboratory, corporation, unfavorable.