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Definition of "bushwhacking" [bush•whack•ing]

  • Travelling through thick wooded country, cutting away scrub to make progress (noun)
  • Fighting, as a guerilla, especially in wooded country (noun)
  • Criticizing, by someone or a person(s), on policies and stances by George W. Bush, in forums and discussions (noun)
  • Present participle of bushwhack. (verb)

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Use "bushwhacking" in a sentence
  • "This is what I call bushwhacking, a sort of argument that they must know any child can see through."
  • "Firstly: Collette's family has experienced this kind of "bushwhacking" behaviour from the people who are supposed to care for her Dad."
  • "The poor are clamoring for bread, and many of them have taken to "bushwhacking" as their only means of living."