Battle Master maneuvers can give to-hit modifiers, attack advantages, damage bonuses and various effects to regular attacks.
My question is : can they do the same for Shoves (trips & pushes) and Grapples, which are classified as "special attacks" ?
- Applying a Precision Attack maneuver to a Shove-Trip roll;
- Getting an advantage on a Grapple thanks to a Feinting Attack maneuver;
- Using the Disarming Attack maneuver during a Shove-Push;
- Adding the Menacing Attack maneuver effect to a Grapple;
Note 1 : although this question is related, it pertains to Pathfinder instead.
Note 2 : It is probably up to your DM whether a Shove can be made with a weapon, and although a Grapple must be made with a free hand, it is currently unconfirmed whether Battle Master maneuvers requiring a weapon can be applied to an unarmed attack.