noun, plural a·paches [uh-pah-shiz, uh-pash-iz; French a-pash]. /əˈpɑ ʃɪz, əˈpæʃ ɪz; French aˈpaʃ/.
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noun, plural A·pach·es, (especially collectively) A·pach·e.
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The whole operation used a series of brevity codes from the Indian Wars, and Jimbo was a quarter Apache.
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Later, American settlers came to feel just the same way about this fierce Apache.
Born in 1829 near the Gila River in what is now Arizona, the legendary Indian warrior Geronimo was a Chiracahua Apache.
He was no Cochise or Mangas Coloradas—the two great Apache war chiefs he fought under.
When the Apache tornado burst out of the cañon upon the train, Thurstane's first thought was, "Clara!"
A practical-minded man, he preferred to owe the safety of his carcass to his rival rather than have it impaled on Apache lances.
Little Sweeny, finding that his mule was being crowded by an Apache's horse, uttered some indignant yelps.
Sweeny instantly fired, and brought down another Apache, quite accidentally.
At that short distance Sweeny would hardly have missed; and the nearest Apache, leaning forward with outspread arms, fell dead.