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onslaught
used in The Lords of Discipline

2 uses
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Definition
a powerful attack

or:

a sudden and enormous amount of something that must be handled — such as trouble, people or communications
  • "Ma'am," I said in the silence that followed the shock of her noiseless onslaught, "you are indeed a quiet little person."
    Chapter 1.13 (68% in)
  • Very few indeed could withstand the onslaught of twenty determined men.
    Chapter 2.17 (34% in)

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