Example sentences for: indians

How can you use “indians” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • Indeed, from the eastern forests to the Rockies, from the Everglades to the Great Lakes, American Indians have long been renowned for their love of rollicking nicknames.

  • Indians applauded the decision of Lord Ripon to allow Indian magistrates to try British defendants in criminal cases, but attempts at social reform such as protecting child brides against rape by their husbands were fought by traditionalist Hindus from Calcutta and Pune with cries of “religion in danger. ”

  • This duplicates precisely the U huntin'-shootin' -fishin' locution of my British youth, and could be another reason for calling West Indians the last Englishmen left around.

  • The Indians gathered their forces for one last great battle, and thousands of them fell upon the Spanish camp, now defended by 200 men.

  • The final stage of Indian advancement began while Europe was in the Middle Ages: the Taíno Indians, a peaceful people native to Venezuela, traveled up through the chain of the Lesser Antilles and settled the island they called Borinquén.


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