attack[ uh-tak ]SEE DEFINITION OF attack
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ATTACK
The strong man must at all times be alert to the attack of insidious disease.
He saw now the meaning of the manner in which Allister and Clune made their attack.
These attack you—but run—at least the tiger, not the elephant, when you go out after him.
The others leave you alone except you attack them; then they show fight.
There is no disease bold enough to dare to attack the person of a doctor.
It was the first they knew of the attack and they went to the help of their friends.
So that their bodies might rear up, and no man resist their attack.
The attack on the Malakand and the great frontier war had begun.
That attack had been repulsed with slaughter, and the brigade was concentrated.
The infantry in advancing could only attack on a front of 600 yards.