Mixed feelings could assail you in relation to love.
To attack the first is not to assail the last - said Charlotte Bronte, English novelist
Only then would the Assault Transports assail the station with their mere 250 Marines.
Beware of any impulses that assail you.
Although the open admissions policy was weakened, its critics continued to assail it.
The sea does not split, nor does the earth swallow up the terrorists who assail us every day.
They approached warily, as though the food might leap up and assail their gullets violently.
Why take risks, when the very name of the opera secures sold-out performances, assuming the critics don't assail it, or the conservative crowds don't shun it?
The two of them are seemingly set on assailing the South African population on as many fronts as possible.
And taste is now a far weaker, more assailable notion than it was in the late eighteenth century.