noun, plural Nip·mucks, (especially collectively) Nip·muck.
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Winslow, with the main body of the troops, advanced rapidly towards the Nipmuck country.
Amid his countless other labors he preached the gospel to the Indians of the Nipmuck country.Woodstock
Clarence Winthrop Bowen
Mendon, Mass., attacked by the Nipmuck Indians, and several persons killed.The Every Day Book of History and Chronology
The Nipmuck Indians were a powerful tribe, consisting of many petty clans spread over the whole of the interior of Massachusetts.
The Nipmuck tribe, then quite powerful, occupied the region now included in the southeast corner of Worcester county.