a former territory of the U.S.: now in E Oklahoma. About 31,000 sq. mi. (80,000 sq. km).
the territory established in the early 19th century in present-day Oklahoma, where Indians were forced to settle by the US government. The last remnant was integrated into the new state of Oklahoma in 1907
noun 1. .
- Indirect fracture
indirect fracture in·dir·ect fracture (ĭn’dĭ-rěkt’, -dī-) n. A fracture, especially of the skull, that occurs at a point other than the point of impact or injury.
noun, Soccer. 1. a free kick from which a goal cannot be scored until after the ball has been touched by at least one player other than the kicker.
- Indirect hemagglutination test
indirect hemagglutination test n. See passive hemagglutination.