beau sabreur /ˌbəʊ saˈbrəː, French bo sɑbʀœʀ/

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I. noun

a dashing adventurer.
– origin French, ‘handsome swordsman’, originally a sobriquet of Joachim Murat (1767–1815), French cavalry officer and brother-in-law of Napoleon.

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