Ideas or actions intended to deal with a problem or situation(noun)
WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.
Use "plan of attack" in a sentence
"The real explanation of the reverse was one which, even after their experience at Gettysburg, the Confederates were unwilling to admit: At Rappahannock Bridge a sound Federal plan of attack had been executed admirably by courageous men."
"He was, however, beyond reliable range for the LeMat's, and even if he were not, he could think of no plan of attack that would result in anything but death for Sara and the baby and himself."
"This latter thought pleased him; and he was seriously considering his plan of attack when the news of the 31st, and the unsuccessful issue of Caulaincourt's mission, gave him to understand that his situation was more desperate than he had hitherto imagined."