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  • n. Plural form of seadog.


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  • In fact, the wealth of most of these renegade seadogs is no longer romantically secreted in chests full of golden doubloons destined to be buried in the briny deep, but gets wired into Swiss bank accounts as cold hard cash destined to be lavished on flashy sports cars, semi-automatics and saucy Somali wenches.

    Warren Holstein: Dog the Pirate Hunter???

  • He's probably done in more seadogs than any president at all since Thomas Jefferson battled the Barbary Coast brigands in 1801 (that's where "to the shores of Tripoli" comes from in the Marine's hymn; sorry Navy SEALs.)

    Phil Bronstein: Obama's Measured Pirate Reaction -- Just Like a Democrat?

  • Go here for a helpful instructional video that will have you talking like the saltiest of seadogs in no time.

    Darlene's Digest

  • In Tropico 2, your role is that of a Pirate King, ruler of an island full of despicable 17th century seadogs.

    notes from the peanut gallery

  • Above the din came the terrible, clear voice of Stede Bonnet, urging on his seadogs.

    The Black Buccaneer

  • He had never been seasick before and he was ashamed of himself now, notwithstanding the fact that he knew even the hardiest old seadogs are not proof against mal-de-mer under certain extraordinary conditions.

    Cappy Ricks Or, the Subjugation of Matt Peasley

  • I caught a vision of a boatload of red-turbaned buccaneers swarming up the side of a brig; saw the swish of cutlases and the bellying smoke of pistols; beheld the strangely garbed seadogs gathered around an open chest of yellow gold bars shining in the sun.

    The Pirate of Panama A Tale of the Fight for Buried Treasure

  • It must have been weird to hear the man, after so wicked and turbulent a life, troll from ashen lips the godless song of the old seadogs with whom he had broken all the commandments.

    The Pirate of Panama A Tale of the Fight for Buried Treasure

  • Many a galleon has been looted of ingots and bullion by the old seadogs there.

    The Pirate of Panama A Tale of the Fight for Buried Treasure

  • When Captain Trigger announced his resolve to stay on board, where he belonged, these vainglorious old seadogs elected to remain with him to the end.

    West Wind Drift


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