bushwhacking definition

  • noun:
    • traveling through thick-wooded country, cutting away scrub to create development
    • battling, as a guerilla, especially in wooded nation
    • criticizing, by somebody or a person(s), on guidelines and stances by George W. Bush, in forums and talks
    • Traveling, or working a way, through bushes; pulling by the bushes, as in hauling a boat along the bushy margin of a stream.
    • The crimes or warfare of bushwhackers.
    • The action of pushing one's method through bushes or thickets; the hauling of a boat along a stream bordered by shrubs by pulling at the limbs.
    • The rehearse of assaulting from behind bushes, as a guerrilla; unusual warfare continued by bushwhackers.
    • The cutting of bushes with a bushwhacker.
  • verb:
    • Present participle of bushwhack.
  • adjective:
    • lying-in ambush

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