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How to Pronounce swashbuckle?

Correct pronunciation for the word "swashbuckle" is [swˈɒʃbʌkə͡l], [swˈɒʃbʌkə‍l], [s_w_ˈɒ_ʃ_b_ʌ_k_əl].

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"Swashbuckle" in context

Swashbuckle is an energized and flamboyant style of fencing popularized in the 16th and 17th centuries. It was most often practiced on stage by actors in flourishes and exaggerated movements that seemed almost more like a spectacular dance than a fight. The term swashbuckle is often used to refer to the bold and daring actions of bravado taken by someone, often a hero or pirate in film. Swashbuckling heroism is often characterized by risk-taking, comedic behavior and physical dexterity. Swashbuckling has been around for centuries and was particularly popular during the golden age of piracy in the 18th century.

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Usage over time for swashbuckle:

This graph shows how "swashbuckle" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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