noun, plural Nar·ra·gan·sets, (especially collectively) Nar·ra·gan·set.
Examples from the Web for narraganset
South-west of them was the fertile Narraganset country, with fair Aquidneck within their patent.
He entered New Amsterdam as a conqueror, mounted on a Narraganset pacer.Knickerbocker's History of New York, Complete|Washington Irving
The chevalier advanced his squadron in two divisions, one ascending the Narraganset, the other the Seconnet passage.
The Pequot's gun was still loaded, and he discharged it to effect upon the poor Narraganset.Stories About Indians|Anonymous
Receiving these and some other instructions, he proceeded into the Narraganset country.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich