Swashbuckle



verb (used without object), swashbuckled, swashbuckling.
1.
to work, behave, or perform as a swashbuckler.

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  • Swashbuckler

    or swasher [swosh-buhk-ler, swawsh-] /ˈswɒʃˌbʌk lər, ˈswɔʃ-/ noun 1. a swaggering swordsman, soldier, or adventurer; daredevil. swashbuckler /ˈswɒʃˌbʌklə/ noun 1. a swaggering or flamboyant adventurer 2. a film, book, play, etc, depicting excitement and adventure, esp in a historical setting

  • Swashbuckling

    or swashbucklering [swosh-buhk-ling, swawsh-] /ˈswɒʃˌbʌk lɪŋ, ˈswɔʃ-/ adjective 1. characteristic of or behaving in the manner of a swashbuckler. noun 2. the activities, deeds, or adventures of a swashbuckler. verb (used without object), swashbuckled, swashbuckling. 1. to work, behave, or perform as a swashbuckler. swashbuckling /ˈswɒʃˌbʌklɪŋ/ adjective (usually prenominal) 1. of or characteristic of a […]



  • Swasher

    verb (used without object) 1. to splash, as things in water, or as water does: Waves were swashing against the piers. 2. to dash around, as things in violent motion. 3. to swagger. verb (used with object) 4. to dash or cast violently, especially to dash (water or other liquid) around, down, etc. noun 5. […]

  • Swashing

    adjective 1. tending to swash: swashing water. 2. swashbuckling. verb (used without object) 1. to splash, as things in water, or as water does: Waves were swashing against the piers. 2. to dash around, as things in violent motion. 3. to swagger. verb (used with object) 4. to dash or cast violently, especially to dash […]



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