Swashbuckler – meaning of the word and examples

Behaving in a brave and exciting way, especially like a fighter in the past. (Cambridge Dictionary)

If you describe someone or something as swashbuckling, you mean that they are connected with adventure and excitement. (Collins Dictionary)

A swaggering or daring soldier or adventurer. (Merriam – Webster)

A swaggering or flamboyant adventurer. (Collins Dictionary)

A film, book, play, etc, depicting excitement and adventure, esp in a historical setting. (Collins Dictionary)


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