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brigand definition

  • noun:
    • A robber or bandit, particularly among an outlaw band.
    • An outlaw or bandit.
    • A light-armed, unusual foot soldier.
    • A lawless other which life by plunder; one of a band of robbers; particularly, certainly one of a gang surviving in mountain retreats; a highwayman; a freebooter.
    • a kind of unusual foot-soldier.
    • A robber; a freebooter; a highwayman; especially, one of a gang of robbers staying in key retreats in mountains or forests.
    • Synonyms Bandit, etc. See robber.
    • an armed thief who is (usually) an associate of a band
    • A robber or bandit, specially among an outlaw musical organization.
    • An outlaw or bandit.
    • A light-armed, irregular base soldier.
    • A lawless other which life by plunder; one of a band of robbers; especially, among a gang located in hill retreats; a highwayman; a freebooter.
    • sort of irregular foot-soldier.
    • A robber; a freebooter; a highwayman; specially, one of a gang of robbers residing key retreats in mountains or forests.
    • Synonyms Bandit, etc. See robber.
    • an armed thief that is (usually) a part of a band
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