The stealthy footfalls told Elmer that his foe was heading straight for the river bank and that he was in the ute's path.
In the spring of 1868, he accompanied a party of ute Indians to Washington.
The lowest of all the ute tribes were those who lived in the sage-brush.
She's as straight as a ute, and her eyes are clear as agates.
There was danger in their path; a ute war-band was abroad, but the fools knew it not.
They were going to a beautiful place in the mountains, called the ute Pass.
On the whole, I must say, we were not favorably impressed with ute life, as a rule.
They drove through the little village at the mouth of the ute Pass.
The wrinkled visaged chief beat his breast and muttered in ute dialect the prayers of a bereaved father for a dead daughter.
They and their captain (Payne) you have heard more of in the ute campaign.
A utility or sport-utility vehicle: The San Clemente is the first sport ute created especially for the mature market/ Sport-utes, which are four-wheel-drive trucks outfitted like boxy station wagons, are being scarfed up by buyers in record numbers
[1943+; the dated instance is from WWII Australia–New Zealand use]