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used in The Princess Bride

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to attack someone or something physically or verbally; or to threaten violence
  • Then the man in black launched his greatest assault.
    p. 148.2
  • He was not entirely familiar with the style of the attack; it was mostly McBone, but there were snatches of Capo Ferro thrown in, and he continued moving backward while he concentrated on the enemy, figuring the best way to stop the assault.
    p. 148.5
  • They met in center plateau for the final assault.
    p. 151.7
  • He had been bitten, cut, gone without rest, had assaulted the Cliffs of Insanity, had saved and taken lives.
    p. 218.1

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