American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A community of southeast Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans. Population: 146,000.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A farm or piece of land cultivated for a share of its produce.
“I was in Metairie (New Orleans) and we left … worst decision ever.”
“Another case of an outstanding parish that is not yet on the map is St. Benilde's in Metairie, Louisiana.”
“Jefferson Parish authorities, who would have jurisdiction over state crimes in Metairie, said they were not aware of the allegations until the lawsuit was filed April 30 and that they are not investigating at this time.”
“New Orleans Saints coach Sean Payton speaks with the media after a team workout in Metairie, La.”
“This week, Kaboom built playground number 1,871 in Metairie, Louisiana.”
“I'm at the Holiday Inn in Metairie, where the Coast Guard and BOEM are holding more hearings on what happened and why.”
“While I ate hot dogs and got a sunburn by the pool, hundreds of anti-racists came together in Metairie to celebrate the Declaration of Independence by "righting" an ugly wrong.”
“History teaches us that silence is rarely an effective response to bigotry," said Rabbi Robert Loewy of Congregation Gates of Prayer in Metairie as he delivered the statement of purpose for the interfaith ceremony staged on the Smiths 'lawn at the corner of Homestead Avenue and Live Oak Street.”
“The property, in a predominantly white section of northeast Metairie, is home to a 35-year-old chef and a 34-year-old cosmetologist and their three children.”
“If I ever get to come home, we're going into the old 'RNO building in Metairie, and I'll show you the ancient paen to Mister Bubbles, the original owner (a 420-lb. pasty-white pedophile), Joesph Costello.”
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