desperado

[ des-puh-rah-doh, -rey- ]SEE DEFINITION OF desperado
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He was a desperado, and it was said that he had killed at least two men in his time.

But, monsieur, I am not one who would wish you to be a common bravo—a desperado—for me.

He had formerly been ridiculed as a visionary, he was now pitied as a desperado.

The grave of Black-heart Bill, the desperado, who is buried there.

It couldn't be at the stars; such a desperado was neither astrologer nor astronomer.

“Got a warrant for you,” he announced when the desperado had demanded to know who was there.

A desperado, seeking to kill him, threw down on him as he was entering a saloon.

What folly it was to venture into the world with such a guide as this desperado, Whiskerandos!

That desperado did not know anyone anywhere within a thousand miles.

No one knew just how it happened, but Lett sprang at the desperado.

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