Dick's mother followed him obediently, and was very red-indian.
It was butcher's work, quick and skilful, like red-indian scalping.
Pemmican—that early form of potted meat so familiar to the readers of red-indian romances—was made of the lean meat of the bison.
To think that you are tied hard and fast—irrevocably—to—a red-indian—a painted savage—a Hottentot.
Such horrible shrieks and appalling yells would startle a red-indian war-whoop into fits.