Definition of Ambuscaders
1. ambuscader [n] - See also: ambuscader
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Literary usage of Ambuscaders
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gallic War by Julius Caesar (1919)
"Our men stoutly withstood the onrush of the ambuscaders without crowding together—and when such crowding occurs, as it generally does in cavalry combats, ..."
2. Iliad by Homer, W. G. Caldcleugh (1870)
"... The king another wily plot prepared, Ordering the bravest warriors he had To lie in wait, and kill him unawares ; But of the ambuscaders none returned, ..."
3. Fresh-water Biology by Henry Baldwin Ward, George Chandler Whipple (1918)
"... and the nymphs of Cordulegaster are expert ambuscaders, scratching a hole in the sand of the bottom and getting into it, kicking the sand up over their ..."
4. Life of Lieutenant-General Nathan Bedford Forrest by John Allan Wyeth (1908)
"way to the rear and guided General Forrest near the position of the ambuscaders. Ordering one gun of Ferrell's battery, under Lieutenant Jones, ..."
5. King's Mountain and Its Heroes: History of the Battle of King's Mountain by Lyman Copeland Draper, Anthony Allaire (1881)
"... that led. the youthful ambuscaders to conclude that they had received a re-in- forcement, and that it would be rashness for two single- handed youths to ..."
6. The History of the Crusades by Joseph Fr. Michaud, William Robson (1853)
"... without displaying the least alarm, closed in their ranks, and made SO firm and good a resistance, that the ambuscaders themselves were very ..."
7. A History of the Later Roman Empire: From Arcadius to Irene (395 A.D. to 800 by John Bagnell Bury (1889)
"... to the place where he expected the attack of the barbarians; the ambuscaders, at a given signal, were to shower their missiles on the hostile ranks. ..."