Examples of buccaneer in a Sentence
buccaneers who preyed upon treasure-laden ships in the Caribbean
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The adversaries conduct a formal parley, like buccaneers, declare mutual war and everyone has a fabulous time.
Besides killing and cooking critters, mariners and buccaneers also brought rats and other pests with them to the islands that decimated the local populations.
Disney reportedly tested out video mapping of the individual pirates on the Columbia that would have transformed the flesh-and-blood buccaneers into skeleton scallywags in an homage to the movies.
Buccaneers and pirate-wannabes of all ages abound, since pirate attire is encouraged and usually available from event vendors.
So goes a familiar refrain in Disneyland's Pirates of the Caribbean, spoken by a robotic buccaneer pining for a chance to buy a wife in a scene that depicts a bridal auction.
For the first time in a century or two, an invading buccaneer has set his sights on the Gulf Coast: The Captain D's seafood restaurant chain has announced plans for four new sites - with more to follow - in the Mobile-Pensacola area.
Other ships ferried passengers, pine and, less nobly, freshwater buccaneers eager to raid other ships' cargo.
Good actors (often with international pedigrees) might come and go, but the films remain defined by their elaborate action pieces and Johnny Depp's perpetually drunk and disorderly buccaneer, Captain Jack Sparrow.
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