The answer to this crossword puzzle is 4 letters long and begins with C.
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Crossword Answers for "Native american&rsquo s beliefs died out"

Added on Sunday, November 20, 2022

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  1. Cree
    1. Algonquian tribe
    2. Manitoba indian
    3. Early buffalo hunters
    4. Make
    5. Indian of the northern pl
    6. Chief big bear, e.g.


  1. Native american system of beliefs not fully developed
  2. Native american restricted set of beliefs
  3. Vern&rsquo s old lady&rsquo s fancy women&rsquo s hats
  4. Sheriff&rsquo s group&rsquo s attitude about james&rsquo s end
  5. Follow graduate&rsquo s code of beliefs
  6. Songbird&rsquo s quiet after american&rsquo s finished
  7. Native american&rsquo s petition heard
  8. American indian's beliefs not totally formulated
  9. Revolting south american's desire to touch north-east american native
  10. A member of a group of native american peoples of the north american plains
  11. First woman of african-american and native american descent to earn an international pilot's license (2 wds.)
  12. Aquarian event at yasgur’s farm and a hint to what’s formed by the circled letters
  13. It’s not exemplified by this puzzle’s long answers
  14. She made her debut in 1937’s “porky’s romance”
  15. Anatole france’s “l’île ___ pingouins”
  16. Cortina d’ampezzo’s setting
  17. “i can’t explain it ” if someone’s getting short
  18. “what’s new?” if someone’s getting short
  19. Zola’s “j’accuse…!” for one
  20. *hors d’oeuvre that’s been carefully instructed?


  1. Root vegetable also called a mexican potato
  2. Crafter of precious stones for fine jewelry
  3. Gwenyth of goop
  4. What the prodigys firestarter was suffering from
  5. Desert where the african spurred tortoise lives
  6. Tereshkova, the first woman in space in 1963
  7. Periodicals like vogue and national geographic
  8. A bottomless buffet can be referred to as eat