Definition of Reattacking
1. reattack [v] - See also: reattack
Lexicographical Neighbors of Reattacking
Literary usage of Reattacking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1897)
"He has a clear and happy way of reattacking the great problems of physics and natural history. Let it be noted that he rejects the theory of evolution (he ..."
2. The History of an Expedition Against Fort Du Quesne, in 1755 Under Major by Winthrop Sargent, Robert Orme, Historical Society of Pennsylvania (1855)
"In truth, he made a very reasonable explanation of the impropriety of reattacking the French, which was approved by every field-officer and the five oldest ..."
3. Aerial Interdiction: Air Power and the Land Battle in Three American Wars by Mark (1995)
"Neither raid succeeded in damaging any ships, but the raids stung the Allies into reattacking Foggia with 147 B-17s on September 7, with disappointing ..."
4. Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Exhibiting a View of the Progressive by Robert Jameson, Sir William Jardine, Henry D Rogers (1827)
"They are seen jumping off the carcase, reattacking it, entering it, and wrestling for portions partly swallowed by two or more of them, hissing at a furious ..."
5. The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal (1827)
"... latter harassing the former with all the power that a disappointed hungry stomach can produce. They are seen jumping off the carcase, reattacking it ..."
6. Doings in China: Being the Personal Narrative of an Officer Engaged in the by Alexander Murray (1843)
"That night our barracks took lire accidentally in the hurry of turning out, for some alarm had been raised that the Chinese we reattacking the walls, ..."