“You kids straddle your cayuses and hit for home,” Tom interrupted them.
They were wild, unbroken "cayuses," and had to be broken then and there.
“Snoqualmie, chief of the Cayuses,” faltered her tremulous lips.
But it could not cope with the fresh horses of the Cayuses, and they gained steadily.
I buried her that night beneath a heap of stones, and fled to the Cayuses.
They told as the Cayuses were camped at the mouth of Tucanon.
From the arms came the Cayuses, powerful with the bow and war-club.
I was driving them cayuses, not him, and I told him so, too.
An' since coyotes don't ride, you get off'n them cayuses, pronto.
You could 'a got 'em both then, an' had two cayuses to ride home on.