desperado

[n] - a bold outlaw (especially on the American frontier)
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Desperado

Des`per·a'do noun ; plural Desperadoes . [ OSp. desperado , past participle of desperar , from Latin desperare . See Desperate .] A reckless, furious man; a person urged by furious passions, and regardless of consequence; a wild ruffian.
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desperado

desperate criminal noun a bold outlaw (especially on the American frontier)
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Desperado

• (n.) A reckless, furious man; a person urged by furious passions, and regardless of consequence; a wild ruffian.
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Desperado

(from the article `Eagles, the`) ...release of their eponymous debut album. Clearly, from the band`s earliest laid-back grooves on hits like Take It Easy to the title song of their ...
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desperado

desperado 1. A reckless and violent criminal; especially, in the early settlement of the western United States. 2. A bold or desperate outlaw; especially, of the earlier American frontier. 3. Etymology: from 'a person in despair', a mock-Spanish version of desperate, 'reckless criminal' (1563); from Latin desperatus.
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Desperado

[chess] In chess, a desperado piece is a piece that seems determined to give itself up, typically either (1) to sell itself as dearly as possible in a situation where both sides have hanging pieces or (2) to bring about stalemate if it is captured, or in some instances, to force a draw by threefold repetition if it is not captured {harvcol|...
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