Part of speech:
A pirate, or sea robber, esp. one who raided along the Spanish coasts of America in the 17th cent.
An adventurer who engages in unauthorized warfare against a country with which his own country is at peace; specif., any of the 19th-cent. U.S. adventurers who led armed expeditions into Latin American countries; freebooter
An experienced sailor
(Basketball) An act of gaining possession of the ball from an opponent.
Any of the Scandinavian sea rovers and pirates who ravaged the coasts of Europe from the 8th to the 10th cent.
To shut up in or as in a crib; confine
Any ship manned by pirates.
someone who robs at sea or plunders the land from the sea without having a commission from any sovereign nation
One that travels extensively by sea.
someone who uses another person's words or ideas as if they were his own
To force into military service.
To seize control of (a vehicle such as an airplane or bus) by use of force, especially as a way of reaching an alternate destination or as an act of terrorism.
A person who steals, esp. secretly; one guilty of theft, or larceny
A person who pillages and plunders, especially a pirate.
A band of outlaws who raid and pillage.
A privately owned and manned armed ship commissioned by a government in a war to attack and capture enemy ships, esp. merchant ships
In England, the chief official of a royal park or forest
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