[ nik-uh-ley; French nee-kaw-le ]
/ ˌnɪk əˈleɪ; French ni kɔˈlɛ /
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Jean [zhahn], /ʒɑ̃/, 1598–1642, French explorer in America.
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How to use Nicolet in a sentence
But why was Nicolet accredited by Champlain to the Hurons at all?
Hence it was that Nicolet was recalled by the governor of Canada.
Quebec having been reoccupied by the French, Nicolet took up his residence there.
Naturally enough, the eyes of the governor of Canada were fixed upon Nicolet as the man to make the trial.
To again meet "the Algonquins of the Isle" must have been a pleasure to Nicolet; but he could not tarry long with them.