Filibuster in a sentence 🔊

Definition of Filibuster

To take part in a private military action in a foreign country. | (US, politics) To use obstructionist tactics in a legislative body. | A mercenary soldier; a freebooter; specifically, a mercenary who travelled illegally in an organized group from the United States to a country in Central America or the Spanish West Indies in the mid-19th century seeking economic and political benefits through armed force.

How to use Filibuster in a Sentence?

  • 1. My big brother (who is six feet three inches) was down in Jamaica for a while, and saw a Cuban filibuster and knew the captain of it. 🔊