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- n. Plural form of haiduk.
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First, he all but killed my intended son-in-law, the good Berezowski, and then he crippled two of my brave haiduks, and when his sword broke, seized the church candlesticks and dealt us blows.
At the same time, the haiduks entered the next room as a reserve force, and the steward and manager stood ready to strike down the first man who tried to injure their lady.
Twelve haiduks carried the casks of money to his boat; were they all there or not?
Here were five and twenty servants, hunters and haiduks already, and all armed with guns and halberds.
Lackeys and haiduks, equerries, coachmen and footmen, Court fool, nurse, and governess, priest and scribe, all came with their master, and before all went a heavy wagon with the baggage of the women.
These harsh harriers are roving reavers, haiduks who appear as suddenly as nightmares, wreak their havoc and then vanish as if by magic.