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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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opposed to indirect ambushing, here ambushers use the event as an
in two categories: Indirect ambushing by association, and indirect
The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games (LOCOG) will be taking a zero tolerance approach to ambushing.
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.
While frustrating enemy attempts at ambushing coalition forces may save lives, it alone will not win the war.
A young male orca that started regurgitating fish and then ambushing seagulls attracted by the mess seems to have set off a wave of cultural transmission in his neighborhood.
After the United Nations fed and clothed them, the six warring tribes almost immediately started sniping and ambushing the U.
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
A large volume of fire should be started instinctively even before the exact locations of the ambushing forces are determined.