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- n. One who ambushes.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One lying in ambush.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an attacker who waits in a concealed position to launch a surprise attack
Thanks for exposing this ambusher for the coward he is (does this sound familiar vis a vis other right-wingers?).
Think Progress » Fox News ambusher Griff Jenkins hypocritically cowers from interview: ‘Call the media relations people.’
Fox News ambusher Griff Jenkins hypocritically cowers from interview: ‘Call the media relations people.’
The ambusher ended up being the ambushee and citizen media chased him from the building.
Two dark figures were blocking my way, and before I had time to turn again to rush on my single ambusher, the larger one stepped forward, but when he raised his hands it wasn't to strike; he held them palms towards me in a restraining gesture, and his voice when he spoke was quiet, even friendly.
Robert Semrau, charged with the second-degree murder of a badly wounded Taliban ambusher during a patrol in Afghanistan.
But with UAVs overhead, soldiers do not have to feel like they are sitting ducks for every ambusher or bombmaker.
I'm not ready yet to reject Hua's surface-ambusher model.
Excellent points, but I'm not ready yet to reject Hua's surface-ambusher model.
So, the ambusher is stealing thunder from the official sponsor and latching onto the event's good name without paying for the privilege.
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