sudden unexpected attacks carried out by an unofficial military group or groups that are trying to change the government by assaults on the armed forces
But in the wild, guerilla warfare that the Brownies waged, such a fault seemed very like a virtue.
They began at first guerilla warfare on apostates and heathens.
We must take the offensive when we get the chance, adopting the Cuban plan of ambush and guerilla warfare.
This portion of Calabria was admirably suited for guerilla warfare.
Ben Viljoen, standing on a waggon, addresses the men, explaining to them what guerilla warfare means.
Baranof met the difficulties like a commander of guerilla warfare.
They set their faces against all attempts to inaugurate a guerilla warfare, a thing which would have been easy to them.
Epirus was now fallen, and nothing remained but a guerilla warfare.
They are all destitute; but they content themselves with carrying on a sort of guerilla warfare against the householders.
The telegraph and the railroad have definitely killed the seditious germs of guerilla warfare and of local chieftainship.