a member of a small tribe of nomadic North American Indians now living in Arizona.
the Yuman language of the Havasupai.
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How to use Havasupai in a sentence
It might be the ears of Havasupai were getting old, and he did not hear as keenly as could a young warrior.
But what could old Havasupai be doing down here among the rustlers, when we left him headed back for his village?
So Havasupai too leave camp, and start walk many miles to tell Frank, Bob, look out before blow it fall.
It struck me that Havasupai must imagine the girl is being badly treated, and he wants to recover her again.
Havasupai wants to say something, Bob, and asked me to stop, was the way the prairie boy accounted for his sudden change of mind.