noun, plural Mus·ko·gees, (especially collectively) Mus·ko·gee for 2.
Examples from the Web for muskogee
We come to Muskogee first, and then to Tulsa about thirty seven years ago.Slave Narratives, Oklahoma|Various
Headquarters had been opened in Tulsa and Muskogee and others promised in the larger cities.
Guthrie is one of the headquarters of the Federal courts in the state, the other being Muskogee.
The great Muskogee family had been broken up, by the act of Georgia, before.
I bought a piece of land in Oklahoma for $3,000 outside of 22 miles from Muskogee.