American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Custer, George Armstrong 1839-1876. American soldier. A brigadier general at age 23, he was killed and his troops annihilated by Sioux and Cheyenne warriors led by Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse at Little Bighorn.
- n. United States general who was killed along with all his command by the Sioux at the Battle of Little Bighorn (1839-1876)
“CUSTER - A fund has been set up to help a Custer family who lost most of their possessions in a house fire Monday, March 2.”
“With GPs, the BMA, nurses, midwives and trades unions and even some in his own party lining up to slam his proposals, it begs the question, does the name 'Custer' mean anything to the Prime Minister?”
“Custer is buried at West Point but still has a tombstone on Last Stand Hill, the only one outlined in black so it can be spotted quickly.”
“Reverend Jesse Custer is a disillusioned young preacher in a middle-of-nowhere Texas town.”
“Custer is soon joined by a former girlfriend and a new friend who turns out to have some most unusual eating habits.”
“After Custer is killed and Morris is wounded he is suddenly rescued by a man in futuristic armor and taken through a strange portal.”
“Took this pic in Custer State park in south Dakota”
“I have told the story of that meeting, in Custer, South Dakota, many times.”
“The Highway Patrol official acknowledged that special attention is being paid to motorcycle gangs since a shooting spree Tuesday in Custer State Park between members of two gangs.”
“In fact Custer is an ethnic Cuban who had been separated from his family because of Fidel Castro, and was adopted by southerners.”
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