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Popular in the British [[Gothic novel]] and the paintings of [[Salvator Rosa]]. Popular in the British [[Gothic novel]] and the paintings of [[Salvator Rosa]].
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  1. one who robs others
  2. an outlaw
  3. one who cheats others

Popular in the British Gothic novel and the paintings of Salvator Rosa.

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