He had at this time no clothing upon his body but the moccasin upon his left foot.
The end of those who are bitten by the moccasin is not pretty to see, and besides, I had business.
Woods and Wallack were in front, and Somerville behind, when the moccasin of the latter became untied.
One moccasin is so much like another, it is probable there is some mistake.
When my people call the young men to go on the war-path, the moccasin of Hard-Heart is the last.
It closely resembles the moccasin, a poisonous snake, and is often mistaken for it.
It was the track of a white man's moccasin with the iron nails showing, and it was going away from the scene of action.
The Indian thrust the toe of his moccasin against the buck's antlers.
This was done by an instrument denominated a moccasin awl, which was made of the back spring of an old clasp knife.
She forgot to ask where I found the moccasin or how I happened to be there.
"North American Indian shoe" (made of deerskin or soft leather), 1610s, from an Algonquian language of Virginia, probably Powhatan makasin "shoe," from Central Atlantic Coast Algonquian *mockasin, similar to Southern New England Algonquian *makkusin, Munsee Delaware mahkusin, Ojibwa makizin. The venomous snake of southern U.S. (1784) is perhaps a different word, but Bright regards them as identical.