Foray [noun]

Definition of Foray:

incursion, attempt

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Sentence/Example of Foray:

This is an initial foray into this area of what questions are people actually willing to ask and why.

In fact at SAP TechEd in December, the company announced SAP Intelligent Robotic Process Automation, its foray into the RPA space.

Money aside, this was more about entertainment and bragging rights than a serious foray in digital currencies, an offshoot of how fellow newsletter scribe Matt Levine calls the stock market a “fun casino.”

Apple’s reported foray into making its own self-driving, electric cars creates “a new Tesla bear case,” according to analysts at Morgan Stanley.

The latter episode is recorded as a separate foray, but probably it belongs to the August operations.

It was neither age nor sickness, as the chroniclers allege, that prevented King Robert from leading the Weardale foray.

I had enough of being a Pindharee after the second foray, and got to my home at Jhalone as soon as I could.

So Bohemond made shift to take the city while he thought me away on the southern foray!

On one occasion, a body of seven hunded infantry and a troop of horse, headed by several chiefs, made a foray.

But their last foray was some years ago and at that time we taught them such a lesson that they have not dared to return.