Definition of tribesman in English:

tribesman

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Pronunciation: /ˈtrʌɪbzmən
 
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(or tribeswoman)

noun (plural tribesmen or tribeswomen)

A person belonging to a tribe in a traditional society or group.
More example sentences
  • They are as keenly felt by the African tribesman as by the European city-dweller, by the inhabitant of a Latin American shanty-town as by the resident of a Manhattan apartment.
  • On hearing of his misdeeds, the ‘witch’ has no trouble believing that he is indeed the cause of his tribesman's misfortunes.
  • Gillison seems in her element in uncharted jungles, among indigenous tribesmen and curious expats.

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