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Verb
/ˈamˌbo͝oSH/,
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ambushes, plural;
  1. Make a surprise attack on (someone) from a concealed position
    • - they were ambushed and taken prisoner by the enemy
    • - representatives were ambushed by camera crews
Noun
  1. A surprise attack by people lying in wait in a concealed position
    • - seven members of a patrol were killed in an ambush
    • - kidnappers waiting in ambush

  1. the act of concealing yourself and lying in wait to attack by surprise
  2. wait in hiding to attack
  3. still-hunt: hunt (quarry) by stalking and ambushing
  4. An ambush is a long-established military tactic, in which the aggressors (the ambushing force) use concealment to attack a passing enemy. Ambushers strike from concealed positions, such as among dense underbrush or behind hilltops. ...
  5. Ambush! is a man-to-man wargame developed by Avalon Hill. It was released under Avalon's Victory Games label and was developed by Eric Lee Smith and John Butterfield. In 1984, Ambush! won the Origins Award for Best 20th Century Boardgame of 1983. ...
  6. Ambush is a 1950 western film directed by Sam Wood and starring Robert Taylor, John Hodiak and Arlene Dahl. This was the last film directed by Sam Wood.
  7. Ambush (Rukajärven tie), is a 1999 Finnish war film directed by Olli Saarela. Literally "The Road to Rukajärvi", the film debuted on January 22, 1999 in Finland, after which it was released internationally.
  8. Ambush is the second studio album for the band Ambush. It includes the singles "In This Room", "She Doesn't Come Close" and "Take My Picture".
  9. Ambush is a country music group, formed in 1993 in Ottawa, and now based in Perth, Ontario, Canada.
  10. Ambush is a character from the toyline, comic books and cartoon series.
  11. Ambushed is the first album from hip hop group Da Bush Babees, with members Mr. Man, Babe-B-Face Kaos and Y-Tee. The group is famous for its affiliation with the Native Tongues. ...
  12. (Ambushed) (English cavalry on road, 18th century) (1907 - Sunderland Art Gallery)
  13. A surprise attack by fire from concealed positions on a moving or temporarily halted enemy. See FMs 7-8, 7-20, 17-95, and 71-123.
  14. A method of attack. The attacker hides from its preyNoun: An animal that is hunted as food by another animal. Verb: To attempt to take an animal for food. until the preyNoun: An animal that is hunted as food by another animal. Verb: To attempt to take an animal for food. ...
  15. To lie in wait for an unexpected attack.
  16. The scales used by grocers, coal-dealers, etc. Call such because the were always "lying in weight.”
  17. the persons stationed in ambush, also : their concealed position.
  18. Joshua at the capture of Ai lay in ambush, and so deceived the inhabitants that he gained an easy victory (Josh. 8:4-26). Shechem was taken in this manner (Judg. 9:30-45. Compare Jer 51:12).
  19. A robbery that involves virtually no planning and depends on surprise and the use of force against victims; usually produces a small score.
  20. The surprise capture and arrest of a case officer in an act of espionage by an opposing counterintelligence or security service.
  21. On its turn, this character can move and then make all of its attacks against a single enemy who has not activated this round. ...
  22. You see the enemy or to hit him  hiding, is to set a trap. Sauté the difference should be well understood
  23. a method of hunting that involves hiding and waiting for prey to come to the hunter
  24. To dream that your are attacked from ambush, denotes that you have lurking secretly near you a danger, which will soon set upon and overthrow you if you are heedless of warnings. ...
  25. An unexpected attack from a concealed position; a surprise attack.