He is a man fit to carry my drinking-horn, the horn of a sea-rover and a sword-swinger.
He was a thorough Corsair, with the rough code of honour, as well as the unprincipled rascality of the sea-rover.
The hero sails away again in “Ellida,” and becomes a sea-rover.
They had been brought up for centuries in close familiarity with the practices of the sea-rover.
Percy leaves his companions for a time and falls among pirates; he pretends to be a "sea-rover" himself.
In no department of meteorology has fiction adhered so closely to the facts as in the sea-rover accounts of the hurricane.
The son, too, seems to have had no great love for a sea-rover's profession.
In the beginning Bjarni Heriulfson the sea-rover, after many years came home to Iceland to drink wassail in his father's house.
In consideration of this great bribe the sea-rover consented to a truce for twelve years.