Synonyms and related words:
abbreviate, abridge, administer, adopt, advance against, advance upon, affect, afflict, aggravated assault, aggression, agree on, aim, ambush, amphibious attack, arise, armed assault, arrest, arrest the thoughts, arrive at, assail, assailing, assailment, assault, assume, attack, attain, bang, bang into, banzai attack, bash, bat, batter, bear down upon, beat, beef, belabor, bell, belt, beset, biff, birch, bitch, blitz, blitzkrieg, blot out, blow it, bludgeon, blue-pencil, boggle, bonk, bop, bowdlerize, box, box the ears, boycott, boycottage, breakthrough, bring out, bringing to light, buffet, bump, bump into, bushwhack, call a strike, call in question, call it quits, cancel, cane, cannon, carom, carom into, carry, casual discovery, catch, catch the thoughts, catching, censor, challenge, chance discovery, chance upon, charge, check, checkmate, clap, clash, clip, clobber, close down, close shop, clout, club, clump, cock, coldcock, collide, come a cropper, come across, come at, come down on, come home to, come into collision, come to, come to mind, come up with, complain, complaint, compunction, conclude, concuss, confirm, confront each other, conjure up, conk, contrive, counterattack, counteroffensive, coup de main, crack, crack down on, crack up, crash, crash into, cripple, crippling attack, cross out, crown, crump, crunch, cry out against, cudgel, cuff, cut, cutoff, dash, dash into, dawn on, dawn upon one, dead set at, dead stop, deadlock, deal, deal a blow, deck, delete, deliver, demonstrate, demonstrate against, demonstration, demur, demurrer, descend on, descend upon, descent on, detection, determination, determine, determining, detonate, devise, ding, direct, disable, discharge, disclosure, discover, discovery, dismantle, display, dispute, distinguishment, diversion, diversionary attack, dream up, drive, drop, edit, edit out, eject, eliminate, encounter, end, endgame, ending, engrave, enter a protest, eradicate, erase, espial, excavation, exception, excruciate, exhumation, expostulate, expostulation, exposure, expunge, expurgate, fail, fall, fall foul of, fall on, fall upon, feign, fell, fetch, fetch a blow, final whistle, find, find out, finding, finding out, fire, fire off, flank, flank attack, flog, flop, foul, frontal attack, full stop, gang up on, gas, gas attack, get, get nowhere, get out, go at, go for, go into, go on strike, go out, goal, grab, grab one, grand slam, grievance, grievance committee, grinding halt, gun, gun for, halt, hammer, harrow, harry, have at, head-on attack, hectograph, hit, hit a clip, hit against, hit like lightning, hit the mark, hit upon, hold out, hole, hole in one, holler, home run, homer, horsewhip, howl, hunt down, hurt, hurtle, ignite, impact, impinge, implant, impress, impress forcibly, imprint, improvise, incapacitate, indignation meeting, indispose, induce, infiltrate, infiltration, inflict, influence, inspire, insurge, insurrect, invalid, invent, invention, issue, jab, job action, jump, kick, kill, knock, knock against, knock cold, knock down, knock off, knock out, lambaste, land on, lash, launch an attack, lay at, lay hands on, lay into, lay off, let fly, let have it, let off, light, light into, lightning attack, lightning war, load, locate, locating, location, lock out, lockout, lucky strike, mace, make, make an impression, march, march against, march upon, martyr, mass attack, meet, megadeath, mimeograph, mint, miss the boat, mount an attack, mount the barricades, move, mug, mugging, multigraph, mutineer, mutiny, nail, nonviolent protest, object, objection, obliterate, occur, occur to, offense, offensive, offer itself, omit, onset, onslaught, open an offensive, outlaw strike, overkill, overprint, overthrow, panzer warfare, paste, pelt, pepper, percuss, pick off, picket, picketing, pistol, pitch into, plug, plunk, poke, pommel, pop, pot, potshoot, potshot, pounce upon, pound, present itself, press objections, prime, print, proof, protest, protest demonstration, protestation, prove, publish, puck, pull, pull a proof, pummel, punch, push, put on, put out, put to bed, put to press, qualm, rack, raise a howl, rally, ratify, reach, rebel, recognition, rediscover, rediscovery, register with, reissue, reluct, reluctate, remonstrance, remonstrate, remonstration, remove, reprint, rescind, revelation, revolt, revolute, revolution, revolutionize, riddle, riot, rise, rise to mind, rise up, rock, rub out, rulebook slowdown, run, run against, run at, run down, run into, run off, run riot, run to earth, rush, sail into, sally, score, scourge, scratch, scruple, secure, serendipity, set on, set upon, settle on, shock tactics, shoot, shoot at, shoot down, shut down, shut it down, shut up shop, sick-in, sideswipe, sink in, sit down, sit in, sit-down, sit-down strike, sit-in, slam, slam into, slap, slap the face, slat, slog, slosh, slow down, slowdown, slug, smack, smack into, smash, smash into, smash up, smite, snap, snipe, soak, sock, sortie, spotting, squawk, stalemate, stamp, stand, standoff, standstill, state a grievance, stay, stick out, stop, stoppage, storm, strike against, strike at, strike hard, strike home, strike off, strike out, strike the mind, strike up, stumble on, subvert, suggest itself, surprise, swap, swat, sway, swipe, swoop down on, sympathy strike, take, take a potshot, take apart, take away, take on, take the offensive, teach in, teach-in, tell, thrash, thrust, thump, thwack, tie-up, torment, torpedo, torture, touch, touchdown, trace, trace down, track down, traumatize, treasure trove, trouvaille, trove, try, turnout, uncovering, unearthing, unprovoked assault, void, wade into, walk out, walkout, wallop, whack, wham, whip, whomp, whop, wildcat strike, wipe out, work out, work stoppage, wring, yell bloody murder, yerk

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