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buccal
adjective , anat relating to the mouth or the inside of the cheek.
[18c: from Latin bucca cheek]


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buccaneer
noun
1 a pirate, especially an adventurer who attacked and plundered Spanish ships in the Caribbean during the 17c.
2 derog an opportunistic or unscrupulous businessman or politician, etc.
[17c: from French boucanier , which originally meant -someone who prepares smoked dried meat using a wooden gridiron- (as the French settlers in the Caribbean did); from boucan , the French word for both the gridiron and the dried meat]


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buccaneering
adjective said of a person: living or acting as a buccaneer.
noun piracy; unscrupulous adventuring.


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