Sally in a Sentence
Definition of Sally
a quick attack
Use Sally in a sentence
Knowing the home intruder would find me in the closet, I decided to spring a surprising sally upon him with any weapon I could find.
Unbeknownst to the bully, the victims were planning a sally by jumping out from behind the bushes and kicking him repeatedly.
At first the rebels thought the enemy had retreated until a sally struck them killing the majority of them.
“A sally is now out of the question since the enemy has located our position,” the captain said to his soldiers.
While one team sat quietly defending their playground fort, the other team planned a sally to chase them away.
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