Definition of guerrilla warfare
Origin of guerrilla warfare
Words nearby guerrilla warfare
How to use guerrilla warfare in a sentence
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They were making it up as they went along, and creating a new kind of warfare.
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From the very first of the war their work was to help exterminate the guerrilla bands which infested the State.
The guerrilla loss he reported at fifty-two left dead on the field and one hundred and twenty-five wounded.
I never had to fight again except as an unwilling participant in our foreign warfare.
He is said to be making for Kirksville, where he expects to be joined by the guerrilla bands of northwestern Missouri.
With a groan and a curse the guerrilla chieftain yielded himself a prisoner.
Cultural definitions for guerrilla warfare
Wars fought with hit-and-run tactics by small groups against an invader or against an established government. (See counterinsurgency.)