How Do You Spell SACHEM?

Correct spelling for the English word "sachem" is [s_ˈa_ʃ_ə_m], [sˈaʃəm], [sˈaʃəm]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of SACHEM

  1. A chief of a tribe of the American Indians; a sagamore.

Common Misspellings for SACHEM

Below is the list of 203 misspellings for the word "sachem".

Usage Examples for SACHEM

  1. " The Sachem comes," he said, and an old man sat himself down beside us. - "Salute to Adventurers" by John Buchan
  2. This sachem was never a friend to the English, and he early sent to Plymouth a bundle of arrows bound in a rattle- snake's skin as a war challenge. - "Reminiscences of Sixty Years in Public Affairs, Vol. 1" by George Boutwell
  3. They sounded to the paleface ear like " Huh Hoo- ochsjawai," or something equally barbarous, but they meant that there were not so many Indians in town but that theirs could be found, and in that the sachem was right. - "Children of the Tenements" by Jacob A. Riis
  4. He says that you have endured the ordeal of the stake, and have slain your enemy in fight, and that now you will go before the great Sachem for his judgment. - "Salute to Adventurers" by John Buchan
  5. The sachem and the chiefs were elected or deposed, and the affairs of the clan regulated, by a council of all the men and women. - "A Brief History of the United States" by John Bach McMaster