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  • noun Plural form of ambusher.

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Examples

  • Apparently the FOX “News” ambushers are allergic to him.

    Think Progress » After Sending His Producer To Stalk And Ambush Me, O’Reilly To Again Speak At Rape Survivors’ Benefit

  • The ambushers opened fire with machine guns, mortars and rockets.

    The Afghan Rescue Mission Behind Today's Medal of Honor

  • When the forward element of his combat team began to be hit by intense fire from roughly 50 Taliban insurgents dug-in and concealed on the slopes above Ganjgal village, Corporal Meyer mounted a gun-truck, enlisted a fellow Marine to drive, and raced to attack the ambushers and aid the trapped Marines and Afghan soldiers.

    Dorian de Wind: Sept. 15 Is Dakota Meyer's Day

  • The ambushers, afraid Doc will follow up on the lead, try to ambush Doc and the gang.

    Dusk Before the Dawn » 2010 » April

  • The only road connecting his position to a major supply depot threads through the Gwashta Pass, a Taliban haven featuring steep mountainsides that offer ideal cover for ambushers.

    U.S. Ramps Up Airdrops to Forces in Afghanistan

  • When the forward element of his combat team began to be hit by intense fire from roughly 50 Taliban insurgents dug-in and concealed on the slopes above Ganjgal village, Corporal Meyer mounted a gun-truck, enlisted a fellow Marine to drive, and raced to attack the ambushers and aid the trapped Marines and Afghan soldiers.

    Dorian de Wind: Sept. 15 Is Dakota Meyer's Day

  • The two small forces drew inexorably together, the raggedy fleet of goats spilling across the landscape on the ancient track in the hills, and the six possible ambushers set up orthodox Camp Lejeune–style for a shoot, legs neatly splayed, maybe one up on his knees working binocs, the others bending into scopes.

    Dead Zero

  • It seems counterintuitive, yet is effective b/c it is the last thing the ambushers expect.

    The difficulty of demonizing the Tea Partiers: less than six degrees of separation

  • The two small forces drew inexorably together, the raggedy fleet of goats spilling across the landscape on the ancient track in the hills, and the six possible ambushers set up orthodox Camp Lejeune–style for a shoot, legs neatly splayed, maybe one up on his knees working binocs, the others bending into scopes.

    Dead Zero

  • They somehow mistook Lynch for the real hero of the engagement, Sgt. Donald Walters, a cook in her unit who lost his life while single-handedly holding off Iraqi ambushers.

    Too Good To Check

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