OTHER WORDS FOR pirate
Origin of pirate
OTHER WORDS FROM pirate
How to use pirate in a sentence
Despite the mystery and conflicting legends about his background, we know 1783 marked a turning point in which Gaspar became a pirate and established a pirate den in Charlotte Harbor on the west coast of Florida north of Fort Myers.The Buccaneers embody Tampa’s love of pirates. Is that a problem?|Jamie Goodall|February 5, 2021|Washington Post
The superhero film, which premiered last month on WarnerMedia’s HBO Max streaming service at the same time it opened in theaters, immediately became a popular target of pirates.“Wonder Woman 1984” foreshadows Hollywood’s giant piracy problem|Adam Epstein|January 5, 2021|Quartz
The most amazing thing about “Assassin’s Creed Valhalla,” a game about Vikings, is how it somehow articulately ties together the stories of pirates, ancient Egyptian curses and George Washington.
With major films on HBO Max at day one, pirates can stay home and produce much higher-quality rip-offs.Lessons from HBO Max’s streaming surprise|Geoffrey Colvin|December 10, 2020|Fortune
This month alone, the incidents included six attacks logged by the Piracy Reporting Centre, all involved armed pirates on vessels off the coasts of Nigeria, Ghana or Benin.
With the thin, vertical scar down his right cheek, the general effect was faintly piratical.Literary Bond Superior to Movie Version|Allen Barra|November 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Tryphon was the cause of originating among the Cilicians a piratical confederacy.
At the extremity of the Taurus is Olympus a mountain,251 the piratical hold of Zenicetus, and a fortress of the same name.
I do not wish to see a new Barbary rising in America, and our long extended coast occupied by piratical States.
About this time, several piratical vessels had succeeded in cutting off a number of merchantmen near the coast of Brazil.Martin Rattler|R.M. Ballantyne
With the thoughtlessness of youth Foster had never troubled his mind much about the piratical city of Algiers.The Middy and the Moors|R.M. Ballantyne
British Dictionary definitions for pirate
- a vessel used by pirates
- (as modifier)a pirate ship
- a person or group of people who broadcast illegally
- (as modifier)a pirate radio station