moss–trooper

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noun moss–troop·er \ˈmȯs-ˌtrü-pər\

Definition of moss–trooper

  1. 1 :  one of a class of 17th century raiders in the marshy border country between England and Scotland

  2. 2 :  pirate

moss–trooping

play \-piŋ\ adjective

1645

First Known Use of moss–trooper

1645


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