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Definition of Flibustier

Flibustier
Flibustier Fli`bus`tier", n. [F.] A buccaneer; an American pirate. See Flibuster. [Obs.]

Meaning of Flibustier from wikipedia

- Le Flibustier may refer to Le flibustier (opera), by César Cui, composed during 1888–1889 Le Flibustier, an 1888 play by Jean Richepin French destroyer...
- Le flibustier is a comédie lyrique (lyric comedy) in three acts, composed by César Cui during 1888–1889. Although the title can translate as The Pirate...
- 1613–1676 : fondateur de la colonie de Saint-Domingue et gouverneur des flibustiers. Brest. ISBN 978-2-84833-294-9. OCLC 849870919.{{cite book}}: CS1 maint:...
- in search of leather, as game was abundant there. Around 1650, French flibustiers, running out of room on the Île de la Tortue, began to arrive on the...
- one of his operas were composed to Russian texts; the one exception, Le flibustier (based on a play by Jean Richepin), premiered in 1894 at the Opéra-Comique...
- this "piratical" notoriety was portra**** in Jean Richepin's play Le flibustier and in César Cui's eponymous opera. The corsairs of Saint-Malo not only...
- mounts to allow it to form a three-ship division with Le Corsaire and Le Flibustier, but its AA armament was to consist of a pair of twin-gun 100-millimetre...
- Carné 1966 Tender Scoundrel Béatrice Dumonceaux Jean Becker Corsaires et Flibustiers Mary Brown Claude Barma Grand Prix Monique Delvaux-Sarti John Frankenheimer...
- The French destroyer Le Flibustier was one of a dozen Le Hardi-class destroyers built for the French Navy during the late 1930s. Still incomplete when...
- Argonaute of 1781 (razeed between December 1793 and March 1794, then renamed Flibustier in June 1794) Illustre of 1781 (razeed between August 1793 and February...