Synonyms for Marquette:

n.

Marquette (noun)
Pere Jacques Marquette, Jacques Marquette.
person (noun)
Pere Jacques Marquette, Jacques Marquette.

Usage examples for marquette

  1. According to Marquette each of these frightful figures had the face of a man, the horns of a deer, the beard of a tiger, and the tail of a fish so long that it passed around the body, over the head, and between the legs. – The Evolution of the Dragon by G. Elliot Smith
  2. First, they were greeted by the natives of this locality as Marquette had before been greeted by them- with the booming of the war drum and the flourish of arms. – Life On The Mississippi, Part 1. by Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens)
  3. Duluth that morning had reported temperature of eighteen below zero and fierce snow; at Marquette it was fifteen below; there was driving snow at the Soo, at Mackinac, and at all ports along both shores. – The Indian Drum by William MacHarg Edwin Balmer