If that happened, it was probably the work of the swashbuckling and mysterious Sir Edward Brampton.
While most books are about swashbuckling in the days of yore, this one is a first-hand account of modern piracy.
swashbuckling opinions are not a luxury most of them think they can afford.
The swashbuckling efforts of Bharara, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, have landed him on the cover of Time.
He has chosen a swashbuckling Afghan scarf for the occasion.
A nameless, homeless adventurer; a swashbuckling bully, reeking of blood and leather, and fit to drive such a pack as Fortemani's.
Think you it is only a war-worn, hard-drinking, swashbuckling ruffler that can sin?
There is a man who is certainly no swashbuckling novelist of the Wardour Street school.
He sought to make up in swashbuckling and boasting what he lacked in courage.
What Nietzsche has done here is, in his swashbuckling fashion, to cut under the abstract and final pretensions of creeds.