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Muskogee

[ muhs-koh-gee ]
/ mʌsˈkoʊ gi /
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noun, plural Mus·ko·gees, (especially collectively) Mus·ko·gee for 2.
a city in E Oklahoma.
a member of an American Indian people formerly constituting part of the Creek Confederacy in Georgia and Alabama and now living in Oklahoma.
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