Examples of buccaneer in a Sentence
buccaneers who preyed upon treasure-laden ships in the Caribbean
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New York Giants Odell Beckham, Jr., Atlanta Falcons Julio Jones, Pittsburgh Steelers Antonio Brown, Green Bay Packers Jordy Nelson, Tampa Bay Buccaneers DeSean Jackson, Indianapolis Colts T.Y. Hilton and the Oakland Raiders Amari Cooper.
AL DIAZ firstname.lastname@example.org BIG TEN COACH OF YEAR Turner served as the Bears’ offensive coordinator twice, and later as an assistant with the Indianapolis Colts and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers didn’t have any speed at wide receiver last season.
Finally, an announcement came on the stadium's main PA system—the one used to announce Tampa Bay Buccaneers football games.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers added do-it-all athletic tight end O.J. Howard in the draft and shifty home-run-hitter receiver DeSean Jackson in free agency.
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers, badly in need of a backup, just signed Ryan Fitzpatrick to go with starter Jameis Winston.
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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Origin and Etymology of buccaneer
French boucanier woodsman, pirate (in the 17th century West Indies), from boucaner to smoke meat, from boucan wooden frame for smoking meat, from Tupi mokaʔẽ́, mbokaʔẽ́, from mo-, mbo- causative marker + kaʔẽ to be roasted, dried
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BUCCANEER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of buccaneer for English Language Learners
: a person who tries to become wealthy or powerful by doing things that are illegal or dishonest
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