Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of assault.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • “Oh, is that what you call assaulting and threatening him?”

    Haunted Honeymoon

  • His right eye and jaw were swollen as if he too had engaged in assaulting somebody's fist.

    THE FEATHERS OF THE SUN

  • With language this broad, the only way a “new” terrorist threat would arise that could not be shoehorned into an existing intercept authorization is if disgruntled Walloons form the Belgian Liberation Front and begin assaulting the American Homeland with suicide waffles.

    In Which My Head Explodes

  • Though probably the only industry that indeed should be taxed is the legal profession – or at least lawyers who represent industry interests in assaulting the rights of private individuals.

    SOCAN loses tariff hike bid

  • His right eye and jaw were swollen as if he too had engaged in assaulting somebody's fist.

    The Feathers of the Sun

  • His right eye and jaw were swollen as if he, too, had engaged in assaulting somebody's fist.

    The Feathers of the Sun

  • Judge Harlin was trying to restrain Ellhorn's enthusiasm over the idea of assaulting the jail.

    With Hoops of Steel

  • First off, the idea of assaulting or killing someone just because they're gay or white goes against the very fabric of what this nation stands for and SHOULD be viewed as a worse crime.

    Gay/Lesbian Forum

  • It tells the reader that by groping (aka assaulting) their wife, they're actually doing her a favor.

    feminist blogs

  • First off, the idea of assaulting or killing someone just because they're gay or white goes against the very fabric of what this nation stands for and SHOULD be viewed as a worse crime.

    Gay/Lesbian Forum

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