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tomahawktom‧a‧hawk /ˈtɒməhɔːk $ ˈtɑːməhɒːk/ noun [countable]  tomahawk.jpg TZa light axe used by Native Americans
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tomahawkInstead was found a pair of trousers, which were not Jeffrey's, and a tomahawk.He asked the doctor for some medicine, then as Whitman turned to fetch it, felled him with a tomahawk.Ishmael demands that Queequeg put away his pipe and tomahawk and Queequeg does.Then, picking up his tomahawk, he blows out the candle and springs into bed.More than 50,000 people carrying free foam-rubber tomahawks evacuated the stadium as if there had been a bomb threat.It turned out the guy with the tomahawks even knew Gerard Baker.Alleyne appears to have collected souvenirs, anything from letters to General Harrison to tomahawks.
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