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foray
used in Killing Kennedy

5 uses
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Definition
a brief venture by a person or company that is different than the kinds of activities they usually do
  • The drop-in visits, forays to the schoolroom, and bedtime stories are unscheduled, but rolling around on the floor is a cherished morning routine.
    p. 107.4
  • These forays terrify his security detail.
    p. 140.2
  • He knows that his brother's foray into civil rights will fail if the rally at the Lincoln Memorial turns hostile or is sparsely attended.
    p. 201.7
  • After meeting with Governor John Connally two days ago, the much-needed political foray is a done deal.
    p. 217.6
  • JFK sits in the backseat, on the right-hand side, patting his hair into place after his foray into the crowd.
    p. 258.7

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