Pirátical. adj. [piraticus, Lat. from pirate.] Predatory; robbing; consisting in robbery.
Having gotten together ships and barks, fell to a kind of piratical trade, robbing, spoiling and taking prisoners the ships of all nations. Bacon's Henry VII.
The errors of the press were multiplied by piratical printers; to not one of whom I ever gave any other encouragement, than that of not prosecuting them. Pope.