noun, plural Nar·ra·gan·sets, (especially collectively) Nar·ra·gan·set.
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The river empties itself into Narraganset bay, and is said to have falls of fifty feet.Travels in the Interior of North America, Part I, (Being Chapters I-XV of the London Edition, 1843)
Alexander Philipp Maximilian, Prince of Wied
Rhode Island (proper), the object of this expedition, is about sixteen miles long, running deep into the great Narraganset Bay.
South-west of them was the fertile Narraganset country, with fair Aquidneck within their patent.
The chevalier advanced his squadron in two divisions, one ascending the Narraganset, the other the Seconnet passage.
The author adopts the theory, not without plausibility, that Verrazani passed fifteen days at anchor in Narraganset Bay.