Related formsSen·e·gam·bi·an, adjective
Examples from the Web for senegambia
The chief trade of Senegambia is in the gums which the acacia forests yield.
No doubt it was some part of the coast of Senegambia, but what one?Cord and Creese|James de Mille
In Senegambia the women live by themselves, rarely with their husbands, and their sex is virtually a clique.Sex and Society|William I. Thomas
The coast of Senegambia is deeply indented by various arms of the sea, which resemble somewhat the estuaries of rivers.
Senegambia is the country drained, you will remember, by the Senegal and Gambia, hence its name.