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bushwhack

bush·whack / ˈboŏshˌ(h)wak/ • v. 1. [intr.] [often as n.] (bushwhacking) live or travel in wild or uncultivated country: I have not seen a bear yet after seven days of bushwhacking. 2. [tr.] make a surprise attack on (someone) from a hidden place; ambush.

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