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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So, the next time you want to punch up another African country, or bushwhack that uppity southern state, or try to trip up your insufferable neighbour, remember the case of Mike Tyson and 'Flatface' Mukwana: get yourself some protection.
The better essays eschew the "for or against" line of thinking entirely, blur the obvious either/or reaction implicit in such a debate and rhetorically bushwhack a more difficult, third road.
We would bushwhack through the woods till we got to the clearing of the creek, emerging with battle wounds of deep, thin, scratches from the pricker bushes.
Local Palestinian security sources told the Palestinian News Agency (WAFA) that the occupation forces had arrested Mohammed Yusuf Abu 'Argoub, at a bushwhack checkpoint erected at the entrance of Deir-Samit Village, however, the occupation forces did not disclose the cause for arresting him.
We bushwhack through thick scrub, directionless/The way's degraded, markers overgrown/Where filthy water swamps the lowest place/We lost crusaders kneel, and choke it down.
Bushwhack around the left side of Alice Lake to find the cross-country route up Red Butte.
One can locate the rivulets that lead to such a seemingly odd point of view, but it takes time to bushwhack through weedy thickets of stereotypes and misunderstandings.
After that, the charter would revert to the local district, which could bushwhack the operation.
They'll pore through old records to find clues for property boundaries, then bushwhack through the property to find those dues, Once the survey is complete, the land's boundaries will be dearly marked and you will get a survey map and a full report.
THERE'S a line of Geordies waiting to bushwhack Kevin Keegan's Newcastle chokers - and they're all jostling to land the knock-out blow.
Bushwhack - developed by Troy Jezeski, Bad Milk Games (USA)
Arsenal's back four has too many Indians and not enough chiefs for my liking and, with no cavalry on the horizon, I tip Villa to bushwhack the home team by a single shot.
Fortunately, Jay had packed trekking poles, which he graciously loaned me for the bushwhack up and down Mount Blue.
Long pants, boots and a sense of adventure are required to bushwhack beyond this point.
Had I been that soldier you were hoping to find and learn about fallen comrades and friends, I would have told you of the jolt it was to me to see Jimmy Degnes' name carved in a stone column mere yards from the spot from which he used to bushwhack me with snowballs.