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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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After Dada's boys bushwhacked them, the Devils didn't dare to party
It's incredible that this indefatigable monarch, aged 85, and Prince Philip, 90, will visit the length and breadth of the country between March and July, a phenomenal feat of energy as I, some 30 years younger , feel bushwhacked just walking around Birmingham's Art Gallery.
Adam Johnson (3) and Noel Higgins (2) proved a deadly combination as Bird In Hand bushwhacked Willenhall Social 5-1 in Senior Two.
The opening paragraphs of Thomas McGuane's novel, The Bushwhacked Piano, seem destined to transport readers to an engaging narrative world:
Ramshackle but charming, busking-round-thebarbie vibe from Australian lads who like to let loose with harmonies, falsetto voices and bushwhacked guitar.
Northwest private sector winner Lori Martineau splits her time between the ownership duties of two successful A&W franchises along with managing the Marathon Centre Mall and Bushwhacked Clothing Company.
We are improving what had been a bushwhacked trail through a stunningly beautiful redwood forest, and it actually feels good.
It was the early hours of the morning and I was bushwhacked.
Those in media and entertainment are likely to be both buoyed and bushwhacked by foreign colleagues.
People need to be awake and aware of fungus and bacterial problems so we don't get bushwhacked.
When the Bears bushwhacked movie theaters 29 years ago, it struck enough of a nerve with audiences to prompt two sequels and a short-lived TV series.
Not everyone supports CTE, and there are those who would like to see us bushwhacked.
Most publishers trace the election-season glut of books to the summer of 2003, when a crop of liberal books, beginning with Al Franken's Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell Them, Lou Dubose and Molly Ivins's Bushwhacked, and Joe Conason's Big Lies, jumped onto bestseller lists.
Many have unforgettable titles like Molly Ivins' Bushwhacked or Hunter S.