So practically speaking, the Satanic Temple is less a religion than a small band of guerilla activists.
MIAMI — Fidel Castro seized power in January 1959 after waging a guerilla war against then-dictator Fulgencio Batista.
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She spends her time carrying out a guerilla war of passive-aggressive acts against him that escalates with each passing day.
Rumor had it that the two were sympathetic to the guerilla groups.
That seat is the natural point for a sharpshooter and guerilla warrior.
There was no splendor of pageant in the raid of the guerilla into the Cove.
But in the wild, guerilla warfare that the Brownies waged, such a fault seemed very like a virtue.
Dick believed from his gesture that he did not like the guerilla leader, or at least he hoped so.
I'm not a guerilla, sir; I'm in the regular Confederate service.
"fighter in an irregular, independent armed force," 1809, from Spanish guerrilla "body of skirmishers, skirmishing warfare," literally "little war," diminutive of guerra "war," from a Germanic source (cf. Old High German werra "strife, conflict, war;" see war). Figurative use by 1861. As an adjective from 1811. Acquired by English during the Peninsular War (1808-1814); purists failed in their attempt to keep this word restricted to "irregular warfare" and prevent it taking on the sense properly belonging to guerrillero "guerrilla fighter."