noun, plural Nar·ra·gan·setts, (especially collectively) Nar·ra·gan·sett.
Examples from the Web for narragansett
And “Visiting”—about a father-son road trip to Narragansett, R.I.—is a prickly minuet of paternal longing.
The young Narragansett's muscles were like steel bands now, and not a member of the Ariel's crew could throw him.The Story of John Paul Jones|Chelsea Curtis Fraser
War in one of its worst forms raged at all the most vulnerable points of Narragansett Bay.A short history of Rhode Island|George Washington Greene
"I said my heart was stone;" coldly returned the Narragansett.The Wept of Wish-Ton-Wish|James Fenimore Cooper
British Dictionary definitions for narragansett
Word Origin and History for narragansett
1622, from southern New England Algonquian Naiaganset "(people) of the small point of land," containing nai- "a point or angle." Originally in reference to the native people, later to the place in Rhode Island.