Swashbuckler

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The word swashbuckler has two main (and related) meanings, based on its original meaning as a person who used a sword and buckler, creating rather a noisy swordfighting style.

In the modern sense, a swashbuckler is either an adventurous, chivalrous, romantic hero, or a genre in literature, film and theatre, based on that archetype.