bushwhack

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Synonyms for bushwhack

to attack suddenly and without warning

Synonyms for bushwhack

wait in hiding to attack

live in the bush as a fugitive or as a guerilla

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cut one's way through the woods or bush

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With limited road access and varied topography, there's a huge area for hikes long and short, as well as canoe trips and bushwhacks in some of the most remote terrain in the state.
Two hours of scary downclimbs and frustrating bushwhacks brought me to a pass in the wild mountains, where the game-traveled trail magically reappeared.
Her very individualist power and narrative authority are subjected to profound tests and disruptive set-backs, as she bushwhacks her way through the challenges of childhood.
First Webster bushwhacks through the dense chaparral, calling on years of experience to help him flag the best route - one that will withstand nature's constant erosion process while enveloping the hiker in what Webster lovingly calls ``the woods.
Even when not cruising, the ease of climbing the 4,000-footers in winter today is aided by extensive trail maintenance and cutting, which replace the epic bushwhacks and obliterated routes that Bean and company endured.