noun, plural Chick·a·saws, (especially collectively) Chick·a·saw.
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Historical Examples of chickasaw
They're unloading supplies in vast quantities from Chickasaw Bayou.The Rock of Chickamauga
Joseph A. Altsheler
These Indians belonged to the Chickasaw tribe, which subsequently became quite prominent in the history of our land.
We should never have known of that exploit at Chickasaw Bluff.The Crisis, Complete
Came the Shawnee, Cherokee, and Chickasaw to fight and hunt.Blue Ridge Country
Very well; both knew why Spain had advanced to the Chickasaw Bluff.The Conquest
Eva Emery Dye
1670s, from Chickasaw Chikasha, the people's name for themselves.