a disillusioned and satirical observer of life, in Shakespeare's As You Like It.
- Ja·que·si·an [juh-kwee-zee-uhn], /dʒəˈkwi zi ən/, adjective
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How to use Jaques in a sentence
At 11:48, Jaques Rogge, chairman of the IOC, declared the games closed.
At Jaques Cartier they had but one batteau to cross the army over with, and were fired upon during the whole time by two frigates.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology | Joel Munsell
Orlando says to Jaques: ‘I will chide no breather in the world, but myself, against whom I know most faults.’More Pages from a Journal | Mark Rutherford
Compare the tradition in the family of Jaques, as told by his great-grandson, in Historical Magazine, viii.A Half Century of Conflict - Volume I | Francis Parkman
Gentle Jaques, You have a merry wit, employ it well About the business you have now in hand.Beaumont & Fletcher's Works (8 of 10) | Francis Beaumont
Eurhythmics, a general term, but usually used to denote a system of education evolved by mile Jaques-Dalcroze of Geneva.The New Gresham Encyclopedia | Various