Definition of Squaws

1. Noun. (plural of squaw) ¹



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Definition of Squaws

1. squaw [n] - See also: squaw

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Squaws

squawkily
squawkiness
squawking
squawkingly
squawks
squawky
squawl
squawled
squawlike
squawling
squawls
squawman
squawmen
squawroot
squawroots
squaws (current term)
squawweed
squawweeds
squbit
squbits
squeak
squeak by
squeak out
squeak through
squeaked
squeaker
squeakers
squeakier
squeakiest
squeakily

Literary usage of Squaws

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1. Oral and Written English by Milton Chase Potter, Harry Orrin Gillet (1917)
"Story-Telling HOW TWO squaws SAVED THEIR BAND The Indian has a great love for his band and nation. There is a story of two captive squaws who were promised ..."

2. Travels in the United States, Etc.: During 1849 and 1850 by Emmeline Stuart-Wortley (1851)
"They were as upright as their own arrows, or the tropical palms ; but not so their unlucky squaws, who followed after, bowed under the weight of ..."

3. Travels in the United States, Etc.: During 1849 and 1850 by Emmeline Stuart-Wortley (1851)
"They were as upright as their own arrows, or the tropical palms ; but not so their unlucky squaws, who followed after, bowed under the weight of ..."

4. Pioneering the West, 1846 to 1878: Major Howard Egan's Diary : Also by Howard Egan (1917)
"squaws CATCHING GROUND MOLES." The ground squirrel, or large white ... Then we could see about eight or ten squaws very busy, each with a stout stick, ..."

5. Early Western Travels, 1748-1846: A Series of Annotated Reprints of Some of by Reuben Gold Thwaites (1905)
"CHAPTER I Arrival at St. Louis — Preparations for the journey — Saque Indians — Their appearance, dress, and manners — squaws — Commencement of a pedestrian ..."

6. Collections by CT Historical Society (1901)
"FAMOUS squaws. It is not from choice that we have spoken slightingly of the Nipmuck squaw. She may have filled her place, and there is no doubt that ..."

7. Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs by United States Office of Indian Affairs (1870)
"Owing to the want of books but little was accomplished of a literary character; but, in teaching the squaws how to make clothing for themselves and children ..."

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