sea robber

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Synonyms for sea robber

someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation

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But further, she explores the cultural identities that privateers and pirates maintained in the early modern Netherlands, and the special place the sea robber held in the Golden Age Republican mentality.
Byline: Pietro Innocenzi expects Sea Robber to go well at a big price
Owner Janet Benson, whose Sea Robber was pulled out at Market Rasen, hopes Fine By Me could go on to some provincial National glory after proving his stamina.
20) Although, sea robbers operating off the coast of Nigeria is not a new activity.
Piracy began over 2,000 years ago when sea robbers threatened the trading routes of Ancient Greece.