sacagawea

IPA: sˈækʌgˈɑwiʌ

Root Word: Sacagawea

noun

  • (historical) The Native American girl who led explorers Lewis and Clark across the United States.
  • (US) A gold-colored dollar coin with an image of the girl Sacagawea on the obverse.

Examples of "sacagawea" in Sentences

  • Sacagawea will continue to be minted.
  • Sacagawea was not sold to white people.
  • He is also known as the husband of Sacagawea.
  • This coin was struck on a Sacagawea dollar planchet.
  • Charbonneau and Sacagawea moved into the fort a week later.
  • There are no articles on Sacagawea's band the Lehmi Shoshone.
  • Charbonneau's image can be found on the Sacagawea dollar coin.
  • Reliable historical information about Sacagawea is very limited.
  • Charbonneau and Sacagawea moved into the expedition's fort a week later.
  • It should be reserved for more specific articles such as Sacagawea dollar.
  • Morgan Silver Dollars for coin collectors and dealers of state quarters, golden sacagawea dollars, silver certificates, [...]

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