Sentences Containing 'buccaneer'
'And so,' he said, gaily, 'we abandon this buccaneer life tomorrow, do we?'
Taken from the album "Sirens", the Wendy Trilogy assumes that Wendy took Captain Hook up on his offer to turn buccaneer.
In 1678, Trujillo was the farthest point in a daring raid on Spanish-held Venezuela, carried out by six pirate ships and 700 men led by the French buccaneer Michel de Grammont.
Despite the Buccaneer defense holding the Giants to only 91 yards passing, 28 yards rushing, and only 4 first downs, the Giants scored 17 points off of turnovers.
The Buccaneer defense remained firm and held Kansas City to 5 yards passing in the first half.
Longtime Buccaneer player Paul Gruber suffered a broken leg, and missed the rest of the season, and it would ultimately be his final NFL game.
The Buccaneer defense held the Giants to only 135 total yards, and picked off Kanell three times in the 20–3 victory.
The Count is stunned when he learns that the pirate Black Zarono has landed on his shore, followed by the buccaneer, Strombanni.
Steady rain made for sloppy conditions, but the Buccaneer defense dominated the game.
The win secured, at minimum, a wild card playoff spot for Tampa Bay, and is regarded as one of the greatest regular season games in Buccaneer history.
Shaun King narrowed the Buccaneers to a 14–3 deficit to start the fourth quarter, but it was the Buccaneer defense which kept the team in the game.
Don Pierson's original plan was to lease or sell the ship to the government of Haiti for it to establish two powerful 50 kW commercial radio stations aimed at American tourists visiting the old buccaneer stronghold of Tortuga island, which is located some 10 miles off the north coast of the main Haitian island of Hispaniola which is also shared by the Dominican Republic.
Early accounts by Dutch explorers and the English buccaneer William Dampier wrote of the "natives of New Holland" as being "barbarous savages", but by the time of Captain James Cook and First Fleet marine Watkin Tench (the era of Jean-Jacques Rousseau), accounts of Aborigines were more sympathetic and romantic: "these people may truly be said to be in the pure state of nature, and may appear to some to be the most wretched upon the earth; but in reality they are far happier than ... we Europeans", wrote Cook in his journal on 23 August 1770.
More Vocab Wordsfanfare - call by bugles or trumpets; showy display; spectacular public display
cathartic - purgative; medicine that causes the bowels to empty; ADJ.
nomenclature - terminology(system of specialized words); system of names or naming things
stolid - dull; impassive; showing little emotion when strong feelings are expected
slither - slip or slide
mortify - humiliate by embarassing excessively; shame; punish the flesh; discipline (one's body) by self-denial; Ex. mortified by her blunder; Ex. mortify the flesh; CF. cause to die
escapade - prank; flighty conduct; reckless adventure that disobeys rules
ferocious - fierce; violent; N. ferocity
unearth - dig up; discover (facts) by careful searching; Ex. He unearthed some secrets about her; OP. conceal
centaur - mythical figure, half man and half horse