noun, plural Chip·e·wy·ans, (especially collectively) Chip·e·wy·an for 1.
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We join Chief Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation (ACFN) tribe for dinner.
The steamer Grahame was built at Chipewyan of whipsawn lumber, and much of her steel and ironwork was wrought on Wyllie's forge.
The total length of our voyage from Chipewyan is five hundred and fifty-three miles.
The very first man we hunt out in Edmonton is Mr. Wyllie of Chipewyan.
It is late in the afternoon when we pull out from Chipewyan, but the sun is still heaven-high, with the offshore air a tonic.
Your Eskimo and Chipewyan and Cree cares not a potato-skin for your waving fields of grain, your apple-orchards and grape-vines.