Noun(1) someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation
Verb(1) live like a buccaneer
(1) And I certainly wasn't the first woman to always fall in love with a buccaneer , you know, with someone who's exciting and made me laugh - Ted always made me laugh.(2) John was lionised in the business press as a Scottish business buccaneer , who sometimes seemed able to walk on water.(3) the company might be a target for an individual buccaneer seeking power and prestige(4) Businessmen seemed to combine a buccaneer 's spirit with a slide-rule mind.(5) Easy headlines, a strong balance sheet make for a touch of ├ö├ç├┐romance├ö├ç├û, the image of a business buccaneer .(6) You decide whether to become a space buccaneer or a bona fide trader.(7) At one time, it used to be said that boys liked books about adventures in strange lands, with plenty of fights, a few buccaneers , hoodlums and cowboys thrown in.(8) To handle their constant calls, the air-mile buccaneers went shopping for cell phones.(9) Those unwilling to concede that the corruption is pervasive generally blame rogue buccaneers at a handful of companies.(10) These pirates or buccaneers were part of the French fleet as Curacao would have been a rich prize for these pirates who were always on the lookout for rich pickings.(11) The people she envied were men, the merchant venturers, the buccaneers of capitalism.(12) She married a man who was erratic, undependable and bad at paying bills - ├ö├ç├┐Lots of women like these chaps who are buccaneers , and don't realise they aren't good husband material├ö├ç├û.(13) The most famous buccaneers have been shrouded in legend and folklore for so long that it's almost impossible to distinguish between myth and reality.(14) But just as the buccaneers moved their sights from building societies to life companies, so too the friendly societies may yet meet their Waterloo.(15) In the mid-1600s, the French used the buccaneers as mercenaries in an unofficial war against the Spanish.(16) By 1994 Murphy had become one of the industry's buccaneers - a software contractor with, he says, ├ö├ç├┐the ultimate gun-for-hire mentality.├ö├ç├û
1. pirate ::
3. sea robber ::
Different Formsbuccaneer, buccaneered, buccaneering, buccaneers
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