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bush·whack
[boosh-hwak, -wak]
VERB (USED WITHOUT OBJECT)
1.
to make one's way through woods by cutting at undergrowth, branches, etc.
2.
to travel through woods.
3.
to pull a boat upstream from on board by grasping bushes, rocks, etc., on the shore.
4.
to fight as a bushwhacker or guerrilla in the bush.
VERB (USED WITH OBJECT)
5.
to fight as a bushwhacker; ambush.
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Bushwhacked is a 1995 comedy, action and adventure film starring Daniel Stern, Jon Polito, Anthony Heald and Brad Sullivan. This was Greg Beeman's last ...

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Adventure · On the run from authorities, a sleazy courier poses as a scout leader on a camping trip. But he has no idea what he's in for when he has to lead a ...

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Define bushwhack: to clear a path through thick woods by cutting down bushes and low tree branches — bushwhack in a sentence.

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Bushwhack definition, to make one's way through woods by cutting at undergrowth, branches, etc. See more.

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Bushwhacked: To start something and then leave it for someone else to clear up. Any act where reponsibility can be transfered or ignored.

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Sep 7, 2012 ... This was taken from Video Detective. There is footage of a deleted scene in the beginning.

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live or travel in bush country, engage in guerrilla warfare. Meaning, pronunciation , example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

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v. bush·whacked, bush·whack·ing, bush·whacks. v.intr. 1. To force one's way through a forested or overgrown area where no path exists: "Often on the verge of  ...