noun, plural Tus·ca·ro·ras, (especially collectively) Tus·ca·ro·ra.
Examples from the Web for tuscarora
The Tuscarora nodded his head in assent, but made no other reply.
The subject of discussion was the manner in which the Tuscarora had passed the stockade, and the probability of his being true.
The Tuscarora significantly drew his knife, and pointed towards him; but Ichabod, at once, expressed his dissent.
We are at peace with the pale-faces; but we want the Tuscarora.
At this moment, Barton approached, and invited the Tuscarora to accompany him to his dwelling.