ambush

[ am-boo sh ]SEE DEFINITION OF ambush

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR AMBUSH

Firing from ambush and moving from place to place, he would seem more than one man.

No mountains are here, but this is a great country for ambush.

Besides, they can rake us with bullets from ambush, while we're climbing up the ridge.

We're only two, but we've got the advantage of the ambush, and that's a big one.

Darkness, the ambush and the caution of sharpshooters were there.

Me she had not seen, nor did she till I darted out of my ambush, and leapt after Rupert into the moat.

He had lost all faith in his friend, and at first almost suspected an ambush.

A sudden discharge of shot from the savages in ambush, dispelled that hope.

The Austrians entered upon a swift pursuit and were led into ambush.

He recalled the rescue of Solange and the ambush from the top of the great, flat outcrop.

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