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How to use assailment in a sentence

In that sense I have no thought of assailing it, I would make clear that I hold it beyond assailment.
THE PROFITS OF RELIGION, FIFTH EDITIONUPTON SINCLAIR
Was he not member, duly elected, without possibility of assailment in his legal right?
ANNIE BESANTANNIE BESANT
As for the men, they twisted every item about Gourlay and his domicile into fresh matter of assailment.
THE HOUSE WITH THE GREEN SHUTTERSGEORGE DOUGLAS BROWN
Your Church has been the foe of liberty through the world, and I am honored by your personal assailment.
THE TRUE STORY OF MY PARLIAMENTARY STRUGGLECHARLES BRADLAUGH
During all this really terrific assailment, Franklin stood with his head resting on his left hand, apparently unmoved.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, A PICTURE OF THE STRUGGLES OF OUR INFANT NATION ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGOJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
Franklin sat by the side of Jefferson, as the admirable document was subjected to this assailment.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, A PICTURE OF THE STRUGGLES OF OUR INFANT NATION ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGOJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
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WORDS RELATED TO ASSAILMENT

  • aggression
  • assailment
  • assault
  • blitz
  • charge
  • incursion
  • invasion
  • offense
  • offensive
  • onfall
  • onrush
  • onset
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