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squaw

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsquawsquaw /skwɔː $ skwɒː/ noun [countable]  old useWOMAN a word for a Native American woman, now usually considered offensive
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squawMelanie started wearing her hair in stiff plaits, in the manner of a squaw.Spotted Eagle's squaw, Vicky, spends hundreds of hours sewing on 180,000 beads on to each outfit.But the mention of Oxford in no way deterred the squaw, as intended.The squaw turned head and shoulder and looked at her.Somehow, this woman - this squaw - seemed immense and, because immense, threatening.
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