noun, plural Cher·o·kees, (especially collectively) Cher·o·kee for 1.
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Contemporary Examples of cherokee
Then he called out “Cherokee,” the name of one of the most famous, and fastest, tunes in the bebop repertoire.Why Comedians Still Think Bill Cosby Is a Genius
October 5, 2014
Currently Cherokee, Hawaiian, Inuktitut, Inupiaq, Kalaallisut, and Navajo are supported.Should Google Be Mapping Tribal Lands?
June 4, 2014
Consequently, based on the Mancari reasoning, Baby Girl is an Indian child because she is a member of the Cherokee nation.Close Call for Native American Rights in Ruling on Baby Girl
June 26, 2013
To his eyes, Washington was dominated by lawyers, all speaking incomprehensible legalese—or, as Keynes put it, “Cherokee”.Niall Ferguson Responds to the Blogospherse
May 8, 2013
David Gregory the other night in Massachusetts spending 15 minutes on the Cherokee business.A Modest Debate Proposal
October 5, 2012
Historical Examples of cherokee
To this Cherokee responded by vigorous wagging of the stump of his tail.
Shouts of applause went up for the victor, and there were many cries of “Cherokee!”
When White Fang struggled, Cherokee was content merely to hold on.
It was not a good grip, being too low down toward the chest; but Cherokee held on.
The backers of Cherokee waxed jubilant and offered ridiculous odds.
1670s, from Cherokee Tsaragi.