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Another word for ambush

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Noun
  1. An attack or stratagem for capturing or tricking an unsuspecting person

      1. A contrivance for catching and holding animals, as a concealed pit or a clamplike device that springs shut suddenly.
      2. A stratagem for catching or tricking an unwary person.
      3. A confining or undesirable circumstance from which escape or relief is difficult:
      1. An ambush.
      2. To attack suddenly and without warning from a concealed place; ambush.
    See also:

    attack

Verb
  1. To attack suddenly and without warning

      1. To lie in wait for and attack from ambush.
      2. To approach and speak to (a person on the way to a destination or in the middle of an activity):
      3. To interrupt the course or progress of:
      1. To cause to feel wonder, astonishment, or amazement, as at something unanticipated:
      2. To encounter or discover suddenly or unexpectedly; take or catch unawares:
      3. To attack or capture suddenly and without warning:
      1. To force one's way through a forested or overgrown area where no path exists:
      2. To travel through or live in the woods.
      3. To fight as a guerrilla in the woods.
      1. An ambush.
      2. To attack suddenly and without warning from a concealed place; ambush.
    See also:

    attack

Another word for ambush

Noun
      1. Sightless.
      2. Having a maximal visual acuity of the better eye, after correction by refractive lenses, of one-tenth normal vision or less (20/200 or less on the Snellen test).
      3. Of, relating to, or for sightless persons.
      1. To place something upon or over, so as to protect or conceal:
      2. To overlay or spread with something:
      3. To put a cover or covering on:
      1. The use of deceit.
      2. The fact or state of being deceived.
      3. A ruse; a trick.
      1. An ambush.
      2. To attack suddenly and without warning from a concealed place; ambush.
      1. The concealing of personnel or equipment from an enemy by making them appear to be part of the natural surroundings.
      2. A shape or coloring that conceals:
      3. Cloth, netting, or other material used for camouflage:
      1. A trapping device, often consisting of a noose, used for capturing birds and small mammals.
      2. Something that lures or entangles the unwary:
      3. A surgical instrument with a wire loop controlled by a mechanism in the handle, used to remove growths, such as tumors and polyps.
      1. An unapparent source of trouble or danger; a hidden hazard:
      2. A concealed hole in the ground that serves as a trap.
      1. a place where something or someone may be safely hidden
Verb
  1. See also:

    attack