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To be forced to walk to one's death by stepping off a plank extending from the ship's side over the water.
- "A wedding. I love weddings! Drinks all around!"
- ―Jack Sparrow
A young woman or peasant girl, sometimes a serving girl.
The young of a mammal; an insolent youth. Will Turner was referred to as "the whelp" by both Hector Barbossa and Jack Sparrow on some occasions. Jack Sparrow was once called "Teague's whelp" by Davy Jones.
A man or woman who is learned in and actively practices witchcraft. Carina Smyth was sometimes labeled a witch because she studied science and astrology.
An unhappy, unfortunate, or miserable person; an unpleasant, annoying person. Wretch was a term usually against those who were careless or spend a life as a miscreant, rogue, scoundrel, or pitiable person. The term "wretch" was referred to both Jack Sparrow and Angelica.