Groups
Discrete Intangible Action
Primary Base flik*

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sedik* Siege Prolonged attack of a fortified place in such a way as to isolate it from help and supplies, for the purpose of lessening the resistance of the defenders and thereby making capture possible.
* Thrust Sudden forward movement.
* Volley Simultaneous discharge of a number of projectiles.

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Siblings

flik* Attack
beltr* Battlefield Location of antagonism.
mewbel* Contention Mutual antagonism.
aleks* Defense Counteraction against antagonism.
* Munitions Materials of antagonism.
* Party One or more people representing a particular or position.
paks* Peace Absence of or resolution of  antagonism.
* Responses to Antagonism
* Rivalry Passive antagonism between two parties.
* States of Antagonism
* War Prolonged antagonism.
* Warfare Execution of antagonism.
belaq* Weapon Instrument of antagonism.

Notes

Attack

flik* Attack. Assault; onset, onslaught, charge.

flikoq* Executive: To use/wield attack.
flikor* Generative: To produce attack.

flikos* Essive of having. Attacked.
flikod* Dative agent: To attack.
flikend* Dative patient: To be attacked (by).

flikaq* Means of attack.
flikm* Result of attack.

fliktr* Domain/scope of attack.

AGGRESSION, offense; incursion, inroad, invasion; irruption; outbreak; bucking, estapade [manège], ruade [F.], kicking, kick; punch (impulse) [See Impulse]; coup de main [F.]; sally, sortie, camisade or camisado [archaic], raid, foray; run at, run against; dead set at.
STORM, storming; boarding, escalade; siege, investment, obsession [obs.], bombardment, cannonade, barrage; zero hour.
battue [F.], razzia, dragonnade or dragoonade; devastation [See Destruction]; éboulement [F.].
FIRE, volley; fusilade.
CUT, THRUST, lunge, pass, passado [obs.], stoccado or stoccata [archaic], carte (or quarte) and tierce, home thrust; coup de bec [F.].
ASSAILANT, aggressor, invader; sharp-shooter, dead shot, fusilier, dragoon, Uhlan.