Origin of buccaneer
OTHER WORDS FROM buccaneerbuc·ca·neer·ish, adjective
Words nearby buccaneer
How to use buccaneer in a sentence
Indeed, there are whole generations who only know him in his slurry buccaneer phase from Pirates of the Caribbean.Exile on Sesame Street: Keith Richards Writes a Kids’ Book|Malcolm Jones|September 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As a politician, Sarkozy is as brutal as any buccaneer, and he lets the world see it.
A buccaneer lives for the excitement of deciphering the mysteries of human experience.
A buccaneer wants status, too, but only if that status is justly earned and sustained through the quality of his work.
Dangerous situation of the brig among the islands of Buccaneer's Archipelago.
Off the Buccaneer's Archipelago the tides are strong and rise to the height of thirty-six feet.
They proceeded on their voyage, having obtained the services of an old buccaneer who knew the coast of Central America well.The History of England from the Accession of James II.|Thomas Babington Macaulay
The curtain was snatched aside, and the buccaneer took a dozen strides into the place and stopped, looking round.Commodore Junk|George Manville Fenn
This woman, descended from Morgan the buccaneer, has more than once turned the scales of an Irish election.The College, the Market, and the Court|Caroline H. Dall