As his subjects in the jungles were head-hunters, so those of the coast were pirates.
The Dyaks have for centuries been known as the head-hunters of the Far East.
Not only were the Dyaks head-hunters in those days, but many of them were pirates.
They have a language of their own and are warlike heathen as well as head-hunters.
They were also head-hunters, and hung these trophies to the roofs of their houses.
They have been head-hunters for religious and economic reasons for centuries.
The Dyaks are thieves and head-hunters, a treacherous breed.
The beggars are all head-hunters, and they especially esteem a white man's head.
I returned to Sibu with Mingo, and we took with us the ringleader of the head-hunters.
Their customs resemble those of the Apayaos, their next neighbors; still they do not appear to be head-hunters.