Example sentences for: inuit

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

  • Throughout their vast distribution, the Inuit speak a single language (Inuktitut), although a number of dialects are known.

  • ...inhabitants [of the Arctic] are the Inuit, who are distinct from all other Canadian native peoples.

  • In its lovely mountain setting on the Cumberland Sound, this peaceful Inuit town is a good place to buy Inuit carvings — and to start your viewing of harbor seals and the elusive beluga whales.

  • However, it must be remembered that not all `Eskimos' are Inuit.

  • VERBATIM ran an article, “Politically Correct Nomenclature, or, How to Win at Trivial Pursuit and Lose Friends” [XVIII, 4], by Marc A. Schindler, that delved into the subject, particularly with regard to the use of Inuit for Eskimo, though I note that the trade name, Eskimo Pie, has not been changed to Inuit Pie; also, it seems unlikely that the French ice cream confection, Esquimau Gervais, has been hailed into court.

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