noun, plural Nic·o·bar·ese.
Origin of Nicobarese
Example sentences from the Web for nicobarese
We were told that they are taller, more powerful, and darker-skinned than the other Nicobarese, and also dolichocephalic.
He was nursed and buried by the Nicobarese, who would not allow the Indian servants to approach him.
It consists of feasting, dancing, and singing, as do most of the Nicobarese observances.
The Nicobarese have not always been given a good character by their acquaintances.
This man was perhaps, on the whole, the best specimen physically of a Nicobarese that we came across.