Jean [zhahn], /ʒɑ̃/, c1780–c1825, French privateer in the Americas.
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How to use Lafitte in a sentence
When he got closer to the scene, bystanders told him Lafitte was armed.Dr. Richard Carmona Faces a Tough Race as the Democratic Candidate for Senate in Arizona | Terry Greene Sterling | May 19, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Among the pirates was Jean Lafitte, one of the Lafitte brothers, of whose doings you have read above.Stories of Our Naval Heroes | Various
For example, Lafitte says that at medical examinations women are unable to do anything which requires synthetic power.Criminal Psychology | Hans Gross
M. Lafitte, who had been wounded in the leg, received them sitting in an arm-chair.
In an instant, M. Lafitte was abandoned by all those who had besieged his arm-chair.
I even think you might win over, by such a course, General Lafayette and M. Lafitte to your side.