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Poetic Definitions: swashbuckler
Poetic Form
Didactic "Graph Theoretic Poems"  

Zedd
Soundly inadvertent, forgetful or negligent.
rough
tough
adventurous
precipitous
But never assiduous, studious or diligent.
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— Rikki Howard
Yoda
Swashbuckler: Master, am I boastful?

An explorer, you were!
A venturer, you have been!
A hooligan, you are!
A rapscallion, you will continually be!

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— Richmal Fletcher
Xenia Epigram
Please take from me this page,
     focussing on the term swashbuckler
Used by many a linguist sage,
     seeking a term for traveler

Just wait a bit and you may find,
     better than any an anagram,
when coders have more time,
     a much better fitting epigram.
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— Rona Foster
Waka
You are bovinely,
and idiotically
extraordinary.
To cajole, coax or wheedle.
A boaster or swashbuckler.

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— Andra Cooper
Unitoum
Swashbuckler

Sturdily
delicate
forcefully
languorous

delicate
ruffian
languorous
hooligan

ruffian
utilized
hooligan
patronized

utilized
forcefully
patronized
sturdily.
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— Aura Ros
Tanaka
Ugly customer
barbarians in the south
created being
To cajole, coax or wheedle.
A boaster or swashbuckler.

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— Shad Innocent
Rondelet
Swashbuckler

High and mighty,
the name of a constellation.
High and mighty,
to put on the high-and-mighty.
Negative justification,
desirous of copulation.
High and mighty.

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— Deandre Leopold
Quinzaine
Swashbuckler

Swashbucklers are many toughs.
Can you believe it?
Are they proud?

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— Everette Leith
Pi (π)
Can I show a pulse, published so crowds might see
Newly pleasant notations, merrily informing, and oh yes provided free?
Yapper or hector seem all too apparent. But is roister?
Roisterer, joker? - or boastful, prattler? Oops! I neglected rooster!
I reckon bombastic and similarly conceited, but rightly ought I
- blurt concepts oh - abstracts written with equations spry?
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— Anderson Red
Octosyllable
Really reckless and gallant.
But also fearless and valiant.
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— Hung Silver
Nonet
A tyrant, despot or autocrat
to behave cruelly towards
superconductivity
a cow or buffalo
intimidation
persecutor
ruffian
cajole
swell
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— Bernadine Justice
Mirror Cinquain
swashbuckler
foolhardy, adventurous
bragging, daring, shilling
a reckless impetuous irresponsible person
madcap
vertigo
being thoughtless, careless, reckless, heedless or forgetful
bedevilling, embroiling, distracting
dizzy, frivolous
giddy
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— Dick Vaughan
Limerick
There was a guy from Camp Taggart,
He wanted a word for braggart.
      Such as rod roaster?
      But then thought boaster!
So smart that boy from Camp Taggart.
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— Bernardo Valentine
Kural
Hothead, madcap, daredevil, adventurer
Braggart's lunatic travelers

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— Curt Harding
Haiku (terse)
Reverberator
valetudinarian
eliminator

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— Gerardo Hardy
Haiku (3-word)
Intimidating
valetudinarian
braggadocio

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— Bernadette Benson
Haiku (modern)
Tough, stout, brash and bold,
venturesome, and foolhardy,
Most vainglorious!

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— Conrad Tate
Gnomic
A ponderer, reflector or meditator.
A traducer, slanderer or calumniator.
A stirrer, mover or agitator.

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— Archie Lambert
Fib (Fibonacci)
The
thug
braggart
daredevil
an adventurer
a traveler or voyager

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— Gerard Leopold
Diamante
Swashbuckler
spontaneous, tempestuous
ruffling, inhaling, breathing
huff, rage ..... varnish, escapist
smartening, finishing, decorating
tender, glassy
lacker
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— Everett Harding
Cinquain - Phrasal
swashbuckler
empty boasting
inflated with pride
being pompous or grandiloquent
blowhard

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— Léonard Wyatt
Cinquain - Expressional
swashbuckler
or vaunting
and vainglorious style
held craftsmanship in high.
pompous!

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— Hector Farrell
Butterfly Cinquain
bully
handle roughly
railroad into doing
to behave cruelly towards
rowdy
a cruel and brutal fellow
to victimize chiefly
local tyrant
bluster
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— Andrea Baldwin
Acrostic - Prefix
 Saucy
wacky
audacious
shameless
heady
bull
unbalanced
crazy
kooky
lunatic
edgy
reckless
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— Ryszard Anderson

Source: Eve, with graph theoretic pseudonyms.