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As Robin Hood, Daniel Reese creates a flesh-and-blood version of the storybook character, imbuing the Middle Ages brigand with a conscience for the poor and some humorous frailties.
Traveling by road even a few dozen miles outside the city can be a dicey proposition because of insurgents and brigands.
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Origin and Etymology of brigand
BRIGAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brigand for English Language Learners
: a robber who travels with others in a group
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