Word of the day:Ambush

Posted on 27-Mar-2017


AmbushSuprise and sudden attack on someone by attacker who were waiting to attack in concealed position.

Example

BSF Assistant Commandant Sandeep Mishra lost vision when his patrol team was ambushed by Ulfa militants in 2000.

Virat Kohli was ambushed by reporters and cameramen as he reached at hotel Taj Mumbai.

 


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