Definition of "attacked" []

  • To launch a physical assault (against) with or without weapons; begin hostilities (with) (verb)
  • To take the initiative in a game, sport, etc (verb)
  • To direct hostile words or writings at; criticize or abuse vehemently (verb)
  • To turn one's mind or energies vigorously to (a job, problem, etc) (verb)
  • To begin to injure or affect adversely; corrode, corrupt, or infect (verb)
  • To attempt to rape (verb)
  • The act or an instance of attacking (noun)
  • Strong criticism or abuse (noun)
  • An offensive move in a game, sport, etc (noun)
  • Commencement of a task, etc (noun)
  • Any sudden and usually severe manifestation of a disease or disorder (noun)
  • Decisiveness in beginning a passage, movement, or piece (noun)
  • The speed with which a note reaches its maximum volume (noun)
  • An attempted rape (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of attack. (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016 : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "attacked" in a sentence
  • "Sergei Berezin attacked from the right side, but Dunham kicked out his pad to make the save."
  • "The great new feature of the pact is, of course, that it goes as far as can possibly be managed or expected now to assure that if the western nations of Europe are again attacked from the east-whether it be Germany or Russia or Asia-in which democracy has never been a living thing, the United States will be under obligation to take some part from the beginning."
  • "Canada again attacked as Pirate Haven p2pnet news view | P2P | Politics: - Canada has once again been singled out by entertainment cartel politicians for special attention."