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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of squaw

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of squaw:

Derived Form of squaw

plural: squaws
an American Indian woman
Type ofAmerican Indian, Indian, North American Indian, Red Indian,

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  1. An Indian squaw on a sweeney mule could out-ride and out-fight the lot of you.
  2. With here and there, a squaw and papoose who had been
  3. made in Hollywood was Cecil B DeMille 1914 silent western the Squaw Man the 74
  4. in Squaw Valley on the North Shore.
  5. We got a pineapple. We got a squaw. Why do you keep getting this fruit?
  6. The Squaw Man.
  7. She is your squaw?
  8. - Get that squaw out of here. - I'll decide that.
  9. Ain't no daughter of mine helpin' any squaw, ya hear?
  10. doubting me I'm across the bar with my boss look up look up you squaw okay hey
  11. Back on the spectator side, there would be more development at the 1960 Squaw Valley
  12. brief intervals of disappearance, and a squaw who took his place at night with a blue-flamed
  13. the dusk drew on, and the torch of the headless squaw glimmered ghoulishly on the distant
  14. boysdecided to go and dig up the buried squaw and the gold for which the old Indian
  15. buckle spinae put a mother Petco Nimal economist Tampa Bay in Squaw Valley
  16. Squaw-aw-awk! Igor squawked as Pete muttered an Argh! Then Big Pete let loose with a scary So thar!
  17. Squaw-aw-awk! The next day they burst through that library door with a fresh, soapy scent, but--
  18. this Indian squaw
  19. the typical drill old squaw haven't seen it for a while where there's like lines
  20. Squaw, squawkies?