tribespeople

[trahybz-pee-puhl]
plural noun
the members of a tribe.

Origin:
1885–90; tribe + 's1 + people

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As part of the plan, tribespeople want to erect community and educational centers near the site and develop related ecotourism.
The loggers returned to exact revenge, sabotaging the outboard motors of three tribespeople who took us upriver.
The tribespeople preserved the potatoes by trampling them and then drying them.
One was the influx of tribespeople from farther east, trying to make a living in the fur trade.
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