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OTHER WORDS FROM guerillague·ril·la·ism, noun
Words nearby guerilla
Definition for guerilla (2 of 2)
Origin of guerrilla
OTHER WORDS FROM guerrillaguer·ril·la·ism, nounan·ti·guer·ril·la, noun, adjectivecoun·ter·guer·ril·la, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH guerrillagorilla guerrilla
Example sentences from the Web for guerilla
MIAMI — Fidel Castro seized power in January 1959 after waging a guerilla war against then-dictator Fulgencio Batista.
So practically speaking, the Satanic Temple is less a religion than a small band of guerilla activists.
Guerilla Games' Killzone: Shadow Fall is the best-looking videogame ever released on a home console.PlayStation 4 Review: The PS4 and the Gorgeous Next Generation of Gaming|Alec Kubas-Meyer|November 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Rumor had it that the two were sympathetic to the guerilla groups.
She spends her time carrying out a guerilla war of passive-aggressive acts against him that escalates with each passing day.
While we were seated at supper, I asked my uncle what he knew of the guerilla chief whose acquaintance we had just made.The Young Llanero|W.H.G. Kingston
Guerilla warfare, should it be persisted in, would lead to reprisals, and you could not blame us for your sufferings.The War With Mexico, Volume II (of 2)|Justin H. Smith
Also, I owe much to the guerilla chief Moras, with whom I acted for six weeks, last autumn.Under Wellington's Command|G. A. Henty
"You can take these guerilla prisoners off our hands, for they are a nuisance to us," replied Captain Gordon with a smile.A Lieutenant at Eighteen|Oliver Optic
Mejas plan was to conduct a guerilla warfare, save the army from further disgrace in the field, and make a stand at Monterey.The War With Mexico, Volume I (of 2)|Justin H. Smith
British Dictionary definitions for guerilla
- a member of an irregular usually politically motivated armed force that combats stronger regular forces, such as the army or police
- (as modifier)guerrilla warfare