Definition of Senegas

1. senega [n] - See also: senega



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Senegas

sendups
sene
senecas
senecio
senecioic acid
senecios
seneciosis
senectitude
senectitudes
senega
senega root
senega snakeroot
senegal
senegal gum
senegalite
senegas (current term)
senegin
senes
senesce
senesced
senescence
senescences
senescent
senescent cell antigen
senesces
seneschal
seneschals
seneschalship
senescing
senga root

Literary usage of Senegas

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1. Lives of Famous Indian Chiefs, from Cofachiqui, the Indian Princess, and by Norman Barton Wood (1906)
"RED JACKET, OR SA-GO-YE-WAT-HA, "THE KEEPER AWAKE" —THE INDIAN DEMOSTHENES—CHIEF OP THE senegas. THE subject of this sketch was certainly the greatest ..."

2. The Life of General Ely S. Parker: Last Grand Sachem of the Iroquois and by Arthur Caswell Parker (1919)
"... CHAPTER III HOW THE senegas MADE WAR UPON GREAT BRITAIN The first decade of the Nineteenth century was one of readjustment for the Senecas. ..."

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