pounce


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Synonyms for pounce

pounce on something or someone: attack

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  • attack
  • ambush
  • leap at
  • take someone by surprise
  • take someone unawares

pounce on something or someone: spring on

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Synonyms for pounce

the act of pouncing

move down on as if in an attack

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Carlo Ancelotti is expected to formally sanction Benzema's exit once the season finishes, and Arsenal could pounce then to bring him to north London.
Pounce is a resourceful kitty who found his owner, Mrs.
According to HBC, it is partnering with Pounce, a consumer-facing mobile app to integrate traditional media with m-commerce, providing customers the opportunity to purchase merchandise displayed in print media using tablets and smartphones.
When stalking rodents, red foxes leap high into the air to pounce on prey.
These are people who wait in dark corners around the castles and pounce on the visitors, giving them unnecessary and unwanted information about the history of the castle.
In fact, when Father Bandicoot does finally turn up, Bounce and his sister Pounce discover they can actually teach their father things, such as where to find the biggest grubs for breakfast.
Summary: Fans of Bon Jovi are getting ready to pounce on tickets as the group follow Prince by playing a residency at London's O2 Arena.
1 : to suddenly jump toward and seize something with or as if with claws <The cat waited to pounce.
With half the season gone, Sir Alex Ferguson's Manchester United side appear ready to pounce on Benitez's Liverpool and Scolari's Chelsea
She is also befriended by a supernatural cat named Pounce, and has a few loyal human friends to make life more bearable.
That keeps us in games and then it's like they get teams in a lull and pounce.
They don't hunt with webs but sneak to within a few centimeters of their quarry and then pounce.
The Habit of Fire: Poems Selected & New is a collection of original poetry that recognizes the changing aspects of life itself, from the shifting soil of the earth that distorts survey measurements long after the surveyor's demise to the transition of cat ready to pounce into an indolent feline chewing grass.
Mind you I have recently come across 'playful' and discovered a demented caterpillar upon which you have to pounce to navigate the site.