noun, plural Co·man·ches, (especially collectively) Co·man·che for 1.
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The route encompasses the Spanish Peaks, a sacred spot for many tribes, including the Comanche and Ute, who believed that summer thunderstorms were a magic act performed by rain gods living in the summit.Just in time for summer: 49 new National Scenic Byways and All-American Roads|Andrea Sachs|April 16, 2021|Washington Post
In the case of the Comanche, it turned out that even the Army did not want a radar-stealthy helicopter.Why the World’s Armies Don’t Want U.S. Tech Anymore|Bill Sweetman|July 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Her weathered, darkened skin and bulky build advertised the separate life she had lived as a Comanche wife and mother.
He was coming like a house afire, his long hair blowing out behind him, and he was howling like a Comanche.Motor Matt's Daring, or, True to His Friends|Stanley R. Matthews
The strangers were eighty Comanche warriors, with the grand chief of the tribe at their head.
Bourgmont pitched his tents at a pistol-shot from the Comanche lodges, whence a crowd of warriors presently came to visit him.
And he offered Bourgmont, in case of need, the aid of his two thousand Comanche warriors.
For, centuries ago a Shoshone and a Comanche stopped here on their return from a hunt to drink.Myths And Legends Of Our Own Land, Complete|Charles M. Skinner