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  • n. Alternative form of kinnikinnick.

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Examples

  • A drop of blood in the centre of his tracks shows that he carried the wolf on his back, and the bundle of kinikinic wood he used for a staff for support, and catching a wolf, shows that he had traps out. '

    The Life of Kit Carson

  • He returned without finding the horse, but had caught in the trap he had out a prairie wolf, which he carried home on his back and a bundle of kinikinic wood in his right hand. '

    The Life of Kit Carson

  • a prairie wolf, which he carried home on his back and a bundle of kinikinic wood in his right hand. '

    The Life of Kit Carson Hunter, Trapper, Guide, Indian Agent and Colonel U.S.A.

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