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an English pirate who operated in the Caribbean and off the Atlantic coast of North America (died in 1718)

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Sir Henry looked, and Good looked, and then all of a sudden the lame white man with a black beard uttered a great cry, and began hobbling towards us.
Meanwhile the man with the black beard had recovered and risen, and he and Sir Henry were pump-handling away at each other, apparently without a word to say.
The chin, with the damp black beard, pointed higher in the air as the back muscles stiffened and the chest swelled in an unconscious and instinctive effort to get more air.
I should not have been surprised if the wet black beard had frizzled and curled and flared up in smoke and flame.
He was dressed like a toff, and he had a black beard, cut square at the end, and a pale face.
A tall man, sir, with a big black beard, dressed like a sailor.
Luker pass something to the sailor with the black beard.
This very dapper but dwarfish figure, with the spike of black beard carried insolently forward, the clever unrestful eyes, the neat but very nervous fingers, could be none other than the man just described to him: Isidore Smythe, who made dolls out of banana skins and match-boxes; Isidore Smythe, who made millions out of undrinking butlers and unflirting housemaids of metal.
The important fact that Alfred Inglethorp wears peculiar clothes, has a black beard, and uses glasses," I quoted.
And applying his black beard to the pitcher, he took a draught much more moderate in quantity than his encomium seemed to warrant.
One was bearded, but the other, whose face wore the pallor of long confinement within doors, had but a few days' growth of black beard upon his face.
The leader was a mighty fellow with a great shock of coarse black hair and a red, bloated face almost concealed by a huge matted black beard.
His name was Turner; he was the most vivacious of the old masters, a short man with an immense belly, a black beard turning now to gray, and a swarthy skin.
You must have yellow faces and black beards, and your apparel and trappings must be those least likely to arouse suspicion.
Our skins were of the same lemon color as his own, and great, black beards and mustaches had been deftly affixed to our smooth faces.