noun, plural Wam·pa·no·ags, (especially collectively) Wam·pa·no·ag.
Origin of Wampanoag
Examples from the Web for wampanoag
Probably in October, the Pilgrims met their Wampanoag neighbors for three days of feasting on wildfowl and venison.
Alternatively, perhaps the first Thanksgiving was a Wampanoag idea, a nickommo.
But a Narragansett, or a Wampanoag, is a man; he scorns to lurk in the darkness.
Thy nature, Wampanoag, is not equal to comprehend the motives which have led us hither, and our discourse is getting vain.
Wampanoag, I have followed the trail, that your ears may listen to the talk of a Pale-face.
Metacom hath often seen the long line of Wampanoag Chiefs, in his sleep?
There was a dark night fell upon this valley, Wampanoag, and death and the brand entered my dwelling, together.