Meaning of brigandry in English:

brigandry

noun

See brigand

‘Calvinus had died rich, the protector of innumerable sheep-farmers, the scourge of Southern brigandry.’
  • ‘In this role he set out to deal with brigandry and banditry of the Isaurian warlord Indacus.’
  • ‘After the Jacobite rebellion failed Rob continued his brigandry, and had his finger in more than one illegal pie.’
  • ‘It seems to have been brigandry, slave-trade, and other trade.’