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synonyms for Amerindian

  • American Indian
  • Amerind
  • Indian
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How to use Amerindian in a sentence

He brought the great Amerindian nation of the Dakotas into direct relations with the French.
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The Amerindian tribes and the early European explorers lived mainly on fish, which was a palatable and easily obtained food.
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The animal on which they chiefly depended was the hare—a most prominent animal in Amerindian economy and tradition.
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The Amerindian servants of the expedition were only asked to carry loads of forty-five pounds in weight.
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The only domestic animal possessed by either Eskimo or Amerindian was the dog.
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In regard to food, neither Amerindian nor Eskimo was squeamish.
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The deserted house or lodge of some Amerindian tribe was visited on the banks.
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This young Amerindian was dressed in beaver garments which were a nest of vermin.
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WORDS RELATED TO AMERINDIAN

  • American Indian
  • Amerind
  • Amerindian
  • Indian
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.