[ mik-mak ]
/ ˈmɪk mæk /
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adjective; noun, plural Mic·macs, (especially collectively) Mic·mac.
older spelling of Mi'kmaq.
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How to use Micmac in a sentence
When they heard the news, about sixty Acadians decided on flight, and with a Micmac guide began to make their way north.Amy in Acadia|Helen Leah Reed
The next fourteen lists are, with the exception of the Micmac, from the same collection.The Number Concept|Levi Leonard Conant
Seldom has a school been started under greater difficulties than this Micmac institution.
I saw one woman of ninety years of age, Sarah Aseleka, perhaps the only Micmac of pure blood in the settlement.
The unfortunate Beothuk was thus crushed out of existence by the white man and the invading Micmac.
British Dictionary definitions for Micmac
/ (ˈmɪkmæk) /
plural -macs or -mac a member of a North American Indian people formerly living in the Maritime Provinces of Canada
the language of this people, belonging to the Algonquian family
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