Almost as soon as the last Southern king fled into exile, a guerrilla movement took form among the peasants of Sicily.
Known for its guerrilla journalism, Vice Media has linked up with corporate giants in an investment deal.
This, from a hardened revolutionary, from a man who trained in guerrilla warfare and plotted to overthrow the apartheid regime?
This time around, having weathered 2008, the army is fully prepared and savvy in guerrilla warfare.
The company decided to use what Okochi calls “guerrilla marketing.”
You took the part of Gendron, when you knew he was nothing but a guerrilla and a horse-thief.
The moon was behind us, for the guerrilla was on the western side of the mesa.
The war which followed resembled the guerrilla conflicts of Kansas, with the addition of the Indian element.
It was not the guerrilla that was uttering that cry; it was the yell of the Indian warrior.
guerrilla war (always successful, as history shows) directly infringes that rule.
"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."