|act as leader of event, driving force in event, head, be at the front, leading forces in military attack, pointed head of spear, sharp pointed end of a spear; leader of an attacking force; driving force||spearhead|
|act of forcefully assaulting, act of attacking with sudden force||storming|
|act of guarding the side of; act of attacking the side of; act of going around the side of||flanking|
|act of provoking, cause of anger, instigation, incitement; stimulation, arousal; annoyance, vexation, exasperation, reason for attacking somebody||provocation|
|act of taking by force; confiscation; act of capturing; act of comprehending; act of taking control; act of quickly taking advantage of; act of attacking, knot||seizing|
|action of attacking, assault, assail, assault; spasm, seizure; onslaught, attacking members of team, bout of illness, criticize somebody or something, energetic way of playing, harm, infect somebody or damage something, make a vigorous start on somethi...||attack|
|advance or promote, ahead, at front of vessel, at the front, attacking player, indicates improvement, player positioned at the front of the offensive line (Sports), progressing, redirect mail, relating to the future, send, convey; promote; advance; res...||forward|
|anger or resentment, attack, attacking players on a team, cause of displeasure or anger, legal or moral crime, see also:defense||offense|
|assertive, attacking, hostile; bold, assertive; forceful, likely to harm, spreading quickly||aggressive|
|attack somebody continuously, attacking flow of something, fire continuously on enemy, military bombardment, overwhelm or bombard with questions, river barrier, river dam; barrier of artillery fire to prevent enemy advance, bombardment; numerous questions||barrage|
|attacking aircraft, battler; attack plane; wrestler; one who has a desire to do battle, boxer, very determined person||fighter|
|attacking bull with dogs||bullbaiting|
|attacking others, predatory||predacious; predaceous|
|attacking player in soccer team, device that strikes to tell time, mechanism that drives firing pin forward, sailor working to get technical rating, somebody on strike, worker who is on strike, participant in a labor strike; forward, player on the fron...||striker|
|attacking soccer player||target man|
|blockade, act of surrounding and attacking a fortification in order to cut off supply and aid routes; prolonged period of difficulty or trouble, besiege, surround and attack a fortification in order to cut off supply and aid routes, military operation,...||siege|
|bother, hassle, torment, exhaust an enemy with repeated attacks, keep bothering or attacking somebody||harass|
|cancel event, stop from attacking||call off|
|constantly attacking, constantly harassing||besetting|
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