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Synonyms for ambush

Synonyms for ambush

an attack or stratagem for capturing or tricking an unsuspecting person

to attack suddenly and without warning

Synonyms for ambush

the act of concealing yourself and lying in wait to attack by surprise

wait in hiding to attack

hunt (quarry) by stalking and ambushing

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A - Games, Two Thousand and Twelve, 2012, Twenty-Twelve B - London, medals, sponsors, summer, gold, silver, bronze Predatory ambushing The deliberate ambushing of a market competitor, intentionally and knowingly attacking a rival's official sponsorship in an effort to gain market share and to confuse consumers as to whom is the official sponsor.
Coat-tail ambushing The attempt by an organisation to directly associate itself with a property for the purpose of ambushing through a legitimate link, such as the sponsoring of participating athletes or of a participating team or association, without securing official event sponsor status.
Individuals with high involvement for a sport or event may feel more resentment toward ambushers or be more likely to seek out or attend to information regarding ambushing activities" (p.
Sponsorship, ambushing, and counter-strategy: Effects upon memory for sponsor and event.
Then, the cameras picked up his younger half brother spitting fish and ambushing birds.
Ambushing is an enticing option to companies given its potential to be extremely effective at a far lower cost than paying for official endorsement privileges
Nike has made a habit of successfully ambushing rivals during major sporting events
A large volume of fire should be started instinctively even before the exact locations of the ambushing forces are determined.