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Synonyms for buccaneer

pirate

Synonyms for buccaneer

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

live like a buccaneer

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Buccanneer B defeated Camel's Hump 5-3, Middlebeck drew 4-4 with Western Wonders Middlebeck then went on to defeated Junction 6-2.
Longlands Warriors will be a force this season after winning 5-3 at the Camels Hump and then winning 6-2 at home to Buccanneer A.
Newly promoted Buccanneers get their season under way at Dubarry Park with a game against Dolphin while Young Munster will travel to Ballymena for their first taste of Division 1 rugby.
He was referring to that series of historical costume dramas from the late 1950s and early 1960s, such as Robin Hood, The Buccanneers and Sir Lancelot starring William Russell.
Sketches six and seven describe two contrasting communities--that of the buccanneers on Barrington Isle who rob and murder one day and turn poets and philosophers the next, and that of the despotic Dog-King whose eventual overthrow leads to the establishment of a lawless Riotocracy.
Roles in Brighton Belles, The Buccanneers, Bedtime and EastEnders propelled her further into the spotlight.
The Boldmere-based Buccanneers Variety Artistes have been performing songs, music, comedy and magic in homes for the elderly for 55 years.
RESULTS: Buccanneers 61 DLSP 0; Y Munster 18 Ballymena 19; Carlow 23 Galwegians 35; Lansdowne 8 Cork Con 8; Dungannon 30 UCD 42; Clontarf 6 Shannon 14; Garryowen 18 St Mary's College 21; Terenure College 23 Blackrock College 20.
Buccanneers and DLSP enjoyed rare victories over Belfast and Old Crescent.