leach, uncase, spoil, despoil, divest, deprive, undress, disinvest, discase, rifle, peel, go, denudate, loot, strip, incursion, rape, violate, bare, sack, clean, pillage, maraud, plunder, ransack, strip down, reave, dismantle, enter, venture, denude, disrobe, unclothe, inroad, comb
attack (part of speech: noun)
battle, invasion, fury, onslaught, frenzy, storm, combat, outbreak, offense, siege, thrust, charge, war, spasm, aggression, riot, bloodshed, warfare, sortie, bombardment, barrage, assault, strike, tirade, raid, violence, fight, attack, furor
- None who saw it will ever forget the appearance of that mountain road the day following this night's foray. - "Three Years in the Federal Cavalry", Willard Glazier.
- And he never, therefore, knew the fierce joy of the breakfast that followed when, hungry as hunters, we returned with flushed faces to feast upon the spoils of our boisterous foray. - "Mushrooms on the Moor", Frank Boreham.
- Fearful of being detained from his foray, he accosted my companion the moment he came in sight. - "The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II)", Washington Irving.