noun, plural tra·vois [truh-voiz]. /trəˈvɔɪz/.
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Your horses are of little account; even the best of them are only travois horses for our women!'The War-Trail Fort|James Willard Schultz
Sometimes tongues are dried in front of the tipi on a stage made by setting up two travois with a lodge pole tied between them.
There was quite a band of horses, and the lodge poles and travois, as you see, make a pretty big trail.Jack Among the Indians|George Bird Grinnell
Up to this time they had no horses, but used only dogs and the travois.
The travois is made, painted red, and reserved for the special use of the medicine woman.