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swashbuckle

intransitive verb swash·buck·le \ˈswäsh-ˌbə-kəl, ˈswsh-\
swash·buck·ledswash·buck·ling\-ˌbə-k(ə-)liŋ\

Definition of SWASHBUCKLE

:  to act the part of a swashbuckler

Origin of SWASHBUCKLE

back-formation from swashbuckler
First Known Use: 1897

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