Definition of 'swashbuckling'
Example sentences containing 'swashbuckling'
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What could stop two swashbuckling heroes from venturing in for another gruelling day larking around in fancy dress?The Sun (2010)
His good looks and swashbuckling style taught a generation that golf could be exciting both to play and to watch.Times, Sunday Times (2011)
The swashbuckling feline joins forces with a cunning thief when he goes on a quest for a magical golden goose.The Sun (2012)
Wimbledon had a new, swashbuckling hero.The Sun (2008) The Sun (2013)
He was the intrepid war photographer whose swashbuckling style and good looks gained him fame around the world before his untimely disappearance while on assignment.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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