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Definition of "ambushment" [am•bush•ment]

  • An ambush (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "ambushment" in a sentence
  • "Besides, should we light suddenly on an ambushment, which is"
  • "Ludovic Lesly, “I will embrace him also — though I would have you to know that to understand the service of an ambushment is as necessary to a soldier as it is to a priest to be able to read his breviary.”"
  • "And Habundia looked on her, and laughed and said: Now are these white and smooth legs as bad as the gleam-gown for the lying hid; but it may no better be, and thou must draw thy skirts down and stumble, if needs must be, when we come to the ambushment."
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