How to use Canonicus in a sentence
A closely allied species (S. Canonicus) is peculiar to Palestine.
The governor (Bradford) taking the rattle-snake's skin, and filling it with powder and shot, returned it to Canonicus.
During its continuance, Massasoit fled before Canonicus, and sought the protection of the English.
Canonicus was evidently awed by the hostile bearing and threat of the English.
Canonicus was quick-witted enough to take the hint, and thereafter he let the Pilgrims alone.The Story of American History | Albert F. Blaisdell