a member of an Algonquian Indian people living in the vicinity of Worcester, Mass.
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How to use Nipmuck in a sentence
Winslow, with the main body of the troops, advanced rapidly towards the Nipmuck country.The Indian: On the Battle-Field and in the Wigwam | John Frost
We frequently glean from diaries of the times hints of the pleasures of having a wild Nipmuck or Narragansett Indian as "help."Customs and Fashions in Old New England | Alice Morse Earle
Amid his countless other labors he preached the gospel to the Indians of the Nipmuck country.Woodstock | Clarence Winthrop Bowen
The Nipmuck Indians were a powerful tribe, consisting of many petty clans spread over the whole of the interior of Massachusetts.King Philip | John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott
The Nipmuck tribe, then quite powerful, occupied the region now included in the southeast corner of Worcester county.King Philip | John S. C. (John Stevens Cabot) Abbott