[ blak-bur-der ]
/ ˈblækˌbɜr dər /
(formerly) a person or ship illegally engaged in the slave trade, especially in the Pacific.
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Examples from the Web for blackbirder
The authorities, they get worried because a Kanaka's spree lands him, like as not, in a blackbirder.
They say he used to be a pirate and blackbirder and that he can tell strange yarns if he will—but that's all talk.The Pirate Shark|Elliott Whitney