Jesse James

NOUN
  1. United States outlaw who fought as a Confederate soldier and later led a band of outlaws that robbed trains and banks in the West until he was murdered by a member of his own gang (1847-1882)
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  • Golf superstar Tiger Woods and TV celebrity Jesse James have seen their lives unravel amid revelations of cheating on their spouses, in part by arranging liaisons via text messages.
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  • The media has played along, nothing but culpable in promoting James 'renegade image exampled in the recent breathless national reports about the return of James' pit bull after a two week disappearance to his starring in (and producing) cable TV reality shows, including one called "Jesse James is a Dead Man". It's Official: Poseur Jesse James Is a Big Dumb Idiot
  • The 45-year-old star of Speed and Miss Congeniality is married to Jesse James, a former motorcycle mechanic and television presenter.
  • His mortal fear of Jesse James led him to kill the famous outlaw, not just for the reward money, but as a preemptive strike to save his own life.
  • She has also become the go-to bloviator for every current infidelity plaguing our airwaves from Tiger Woods to Jesse James. Mistresses Anonymous vs. Horndogs Anonymous
  • But the face behind the mask resembles a gangster as much as a guerrilla, Jesse James as much as Robin Hood.
  • Golf superstar Tiger Woods and TV celebrity Jesse James have seen their lives unravel amid revelations of cheating on their spouses, in part by arranging liaisons via text messages.
  • The Hoyt observation is also significant in that the alias reportedly used by the alleged Jesse, “Mr. Howard,” shows up as one of the seventy-two aliases listed in Jesse James Was One of His Names.37 In addition to Charles Howard, John Davis Howard, and Col. Shadow of the Sentinel
  • Little evidence suggests that Jesse James robbed from the rich and gave to the poor, or that he espoused lofty social ideals, but his folklore image as an unvanquished hero of the defeated South endured.
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