Definition of Jean lafitte

1. Noun. French pirate who aided the United States in the War of 1812 and received an official pardon for his crimes (1780-1826).

Exact synonyms: Jean Laffite, Laffite, Lafitte
Generic synonyms: Buccaneer, Pirate, Sea Robber, Sea Rover



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jean Lafitte

Jean Baptiste de Lamarck
Jean Bernard Leon Foucault
Jean Bernoulli
Jean Caulvin
Jean Cauvin
Jean Chauvin
Jean Cocteau
Jean Edouard Vuillard
Jean Francois Champollion
Jean Francois Millet
Jean Genet
Jean Giraudoux
Jean Harlow
Jean Honore Fragonard
Jean Laffite
Jean Lafitte
Jean Louis Charles Garnier
Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz
Jean Luc Godard
Jean Martin Charcot
Jean Monnet
Jean Nicholas Arthur Rimbaud
Jean Paul Marat
Jean Piaget
Jean Racine
Jean Sibelius
Jean de La Fontaine
Jeanes
Jeanette
Jeanie

Literary usage of Jean lafitte

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1. A History of the People of the United States: From the Revolution to the by John Bach McMaster (1895)
"jean lafitte. in his boat to inspect the stranger, from whose side, ... the third was addressed to jean lafitte, offered him the rank of captain in the ..."

2. Life of Andrew Jackson by James Parton (1879)
"She was bound upon an errand from which the most important results were expected. CHAPTER LIV. THE DEEP GAME OF jean lafitte. A FAIR breeze wafted the ..."

3. The Magazine of American History with Notes and Queries by John Austin Stevens, Martha Joanna Lamb (1883)
"HISTORICAL SKETCH OF PIERRE AND jean lafitte, THE FAMOUS SMUGGLERS OF LOUISIANA, 1809-1814 I The perturbed state of the world ..."

4. Harper's Encyclopædia of United States History from 458 A.D. to 1902: Based by Benson John Lossing, John Fiske, Woodrow Wilson (1901)
"In 1814, when the British were planning to attack New Orleans, they were anxious to secure the services of these outlaws, and sent jean lafitte a teller, ..."

5. Life in America One Hundred Years Ago by Gaillard Hunt (1914)
"The leader, jean lafitte, bad been a straight pirate, or, at any rate, ... Visitors who met jean lafitte reported that he was a mild-mannered man and a loss ..."

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