If nothing else, the ambuscade - traditionally dated August 15, 778 - did take place.
Accordingly, when they landed the third time, the women were all singing in a house, round which the men were ambuscaded .
Skirmishing continued the entire night, the enemy ambuscading wherever opportunity offered.
At this moment the ambuscading forces made themselves known, and displaying hats on the muzzles of their guns made a showing of twice their actual number.
Foraging soldiers from the fort were ambuscaded .
In politics, as in war, we meet with certain ardent minds which never understand the utility of marches, counter marches, ambuscades , and affairs of outposts.
‘I grew up with it, getting to know the various places of battles, skirmishes, sieges, ambuscades , ancient strongholds and war trails,’ wrote William.
I again succeeded in ambuscading them, which caused them to give up pursuit for the night.
On the remaining side was a ravine in which the ambuscading party was hidden.
The group were active in the late 1980s and used to conduct daring ambuscades on mostly abusive police and local officials.