Open the door and get that swashbuckler out of the way in ten minutes when I may take my leave.
And what was that swashbuckler Feraud doing there, he wondered.
A swashbuckler, with lace falling over his slim white hand, and his hand always ready on his sword.
He was a swashbuckler whom Callot would have loved to paint.
He has in him more of the swashbuckler and the bully than of the courtier and the cavalier.
Could they find a swashbuckler willing to assail the present incumbent?
The great military emperor was not a swashbuckler, and had little respect for tradition.
The hand of every swashbuckler in the empire would be against him.
"It is a chill night," commented Gonzaga presently, seating himself opposite his swashbuckler.
But the "swashing blow" strikes home, and if the Unionist bucklers are beaten down thereby, let who likes cry "swashbuckler!"