renegado

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renegado

(ˌrɛnɪˈɡɑːdəʊ)
n, pl -dos
an archaic word for renegade
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- Renegadoes From Nodowa.- Perplexities of a Commander.- Messrs.
"Faithless Empires: Pirates, Renegadoes, and The English Nation." English Literary History, 67 (2000).
Alternative histories such as Peter Lamborn Wilson's cult classic Pirate Utopias: Moorish Corsairs & European Renegadoes (Autonomedia, 1995) have portrayed the Barbary states as multi-cultural autonomous zones where Iberian, French and Balkan converts to Islam were welcomed as brothers-in-plunder.
After stirring up Tories, Landjobbers, Trimmers, Bigots, Canadians, Indians, Negroes, Hanoverians, Hessians, Russians, Irish Roman Catholicks, Scotch Renegadoes, at last they have stimulated the [Ladies] to demand new Priviledges and threaten to rebell.