“It's going to be an onslaught, a circle of messages,” Davis said.
The month of August has been dogged with an onslaught of news regarding the economy starting with the debt-ceiling fiasco.
The rebels are well entrenched and have had weeks to prepare for the onslaught.
Ending the onslaught on Gaza and halting the missiles raining on Israel are the immediate crucial steps.
Warning: Prepare for the onslaught, because it is coming your way.
But that it was a fair fight, and that the Duke and his men had made the first onslaught.
If so, he could easily have risked some 20,000 in the first onslaught.
Was it His hand which stayed the onslaught of the beast and defeated the baser schemes of men?
The first onslaught of the Austrians in August, 1914, had been driven back.
To his onslaught of frantic words she maintained a stoic silence.
1620s, anslaight, somehow from or on analogy of Dutch aanslag "attack," from Middle Dutch aenslach, from aen "on" (see on) + slach "blow," related to slaen "slay." Spelling influenced by obsolete (since c.1400) English slaught (n.) "slaughter," from Old English sleaht (see slaughter (n.)). No record of its use in 18c.; apparently revived by Scott.