Buccaneer

Buccaneer is London Cockney rhyming slang for homosexual (queer).
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buccaneer

[v] - live like a buccaneer
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buccaneer

Member of any of various groups of seafarers who plundered Spanish ships and colonies on the Spanish American coast in the 17th century. Unlike true pirates, they were acting...
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Buccaneer

Buc`ca·neer' noun [ French boucanier , from boucaner to smoke or broil meat and fish, to hunt wild beasts for their skins, boucan a smoking place for meat or fish, gridiron for smoking: a word of American origin.] A robber upon the sea; a pirate; -- a term applied especially to the ...
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Buccaneer

Buc`ca·neer' intransitive verb To act the part of a buccaneer; to live as a piratical adventurer or sea robber.
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buccaneer

A robber upon the sea; a pirate; a term applied especially to the piratical adventurers who made depredations on the Spaniards in America in the 17th and 18th centuries. ... Alternative forms: bucanier. ... Primarily, one who dries and smokes flesh or fish after the manner of the Indians. The name was first given to the French settlers in Hayti or ...
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buccaneer

verb live like a buccaneer
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Buccaneer

• (v. i.) To act the part of a buccaneer; to live as a piratical adventurer or sea robber. • (n.) A robber upon the sea; a pirate; -- a term applied especially to the piratical adventurers who made depredations on the Spaniards in America in the 17th and 18th centuries.
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buccaneer

English, French, or Dutch sea adventurer, who haunted chiefly the Caribbean and the Pacific seaboard of South America, preying on Spanish ... [2 related articles]
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buccaneer

buccaneer Overpayment for corn on the cob.
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Buccaneer

Buccaneer is London Cockney rhyming slang for homosexual (queer).
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Buccaneer

[musician] Buccaneer is the stage name of Jamaican dancehall artist Andrew Bradford (born 1974). He first emerged in 1994 and has released three albums. He later went into production. ==Biography== Buccaneer first came to public attention in 1994 when he had a big hit in Jamaica with `Hey Yah Hey Yah`. He stood out from the crowd with his e...
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buccaneer

buccaneer: see piracy.
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Buccaneer

Buccaneer was a name derived from the Carib boucan, a place for smoking meat, first given to European settlers in Haiti or Hispaniola, whose business was to hunt wild cattle and swine and smoke their flesh. In an extended sense the name was applied to English and French adventurers, mostly seafaring people, who, combining for mutual defence against...
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Buccaneer

The Hawker Siddeley Buccaneer (formerly the Blackburn B.103) was a British two-seater strike aircraft designed for sustained flight at near-sonic speed at sea level, and first flown in 1958, that entered service in 1963 before being withdrawn in 1977. The Buccaneer was a mid-wing cantilever monoplane powered by either two De Havilland Gyron 101 tur...
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buccaneer

Member of any of various groups of seafarers who plundered Spanish ships and colonies on the Spanish American coast in the 17th century. Unlike true pirates, they were acting on (sometimes spurious) commission. mainly British, some were French, Dutch, and Portuguese. Among the best known was Henry Morgan. The ranks of the buccaneers were divided by...
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Buccaneer

[game] Buccaneer was a board game published in Britain by Waddingtons between the 1930s and 1980s. The game board depicted the sea, broken into squares. Around the edges were ports, some of which were owned by players, others were `free ports`. At the centre was Treasure Island, upon which was placed realistic looking treasures: diamonds, r...
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Buccaneer

[baseball mascot] The Buccaneer was a secondary mascot used by the Pittsburgh Pirates baseball club during their 1995 season. While the team`s primary mascot, the Pirate Parrot, wore an elaborate costume with a prosthetic head and molded frame, the Buccaneer was simply a man in pirate`s garb who led the crowd in organized cheers. After an a...
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Buccaneer

[disambiguation] Buccaneer is a type of pirate. (The) Buccaneer(s) may also refer to: ==Aviation== ==Books== ==Entertainment== ==People== ==Sports== ==Watercraft== ==Other uses== ...
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Buccaneer

[dinghy] The Buccaneer (aka Buccaneer 18) is a day sailer for pleasure sailing as well as racing; it is sailed throughout North America. Designed in 1966 by Rod Macalpine-Downie and Dick Gibbs, the Buccaneer incorporates classic elements that have made this racing dinghy a consistent performer for more than 35 years. Due to its hull design,...
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Buccaneer

The buccaneers were pirates who attacked Spanish shipping in the Caribbean Sea during the 17th century. The term buccaneer is now used generally as a synonym for pirate. Originally, buccaneer crews were larger, more apt to attack coastal cities, and more localized to the Caribbean than later pirate crews who sailed to the Indian Ocean on the Pirat...
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BUCCANEER

A pirate, especially one that preyed on Spanish shipping in the West Indies during the 17th century.
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Buccaneer

early entrepreneurs who dried the meat from wild cattle and hogs on the island of Hispa�ola in the early 1600's to sell to ships returning to Europe (primarily Spain). A pirate or unscrupulous adventurer.
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buccaneer

someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea
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