noun, plural Chick·a·saws, (especially collectively) Chick·a·saw.
Examples from the Web for chickasaw
At the same time some Chickasaw auxiliaries, with the true rat instinct, deserted and went home.George Washington, Vol. II|Henry Cabot Lodge
Chickasaw Pete's place, as he soon discovered, was no more pretentious in appearance than the San Gorgonio.The Black Pearl|Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
Shortly after leaving the Williams ranch next morning I met a crowd of Chickasaw indians who bantered me for a horse race.A Texas Cow Boy|Chas. A. Siringo
It is probable that the first refugees were from Carolina and were joined later by others from the Creeks and the Chickasaw.Myths of the Cherokee|James Mooney
General Sherman long since retrieved his failure at Chickasaw Bayou.Camp-Fire and Cotton-Field|Thomas W. Knox
1670s, from Chickasaw Chikasha, the people's name for themselves.