noun, plural Choc·taws, (especially collectively) Choc·taw for 1.
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Words nearby Choctaw
Example sentences from the Web for Choctaw
The first playmates of our infancy were the young Choctaw boys of the then woods of Warren county.
They participate equally in the advantages of the Choctaw academy, and have had many of their youth educated at that institution.
Eagle Dance, Choctaw—Holding the eagles tail in the hand, and bodies painted white.
At length six hundred Choctaw warriors arrived, and the army resumed its march.
Every one knows who his mother, in our sense, is: the Choctaw term denotes a tribal status.The Secret of the Totem|Andrew Lang