from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n.pl. The people of one's own tribe.
- n.pl. An aboriginal people living in tribes: the tribespeople of the Kalahari Desert.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The people who belong to a tribe.
- n. A tribal race of people.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Persons constituting a tribe; the members of a tribe.
The piece told you a bit about the music but a lot more about how many 'tribespeople', 'local tribes', 'other tribes' and how much 'tribal music' there was.
If such were the case, it was a state of mind he could not tolerate in any of his tribespeople.
Wherefore it be plain that some of our own tribespeople have laid unlawful hand upon the blankets.
Of the meeting with Scundoo none of the tribespeople might know, for they clustered reverently in the distance and spoke in whispers while the masters of mystery were together.
Recently we watched CNN's tribute to heroes who found their soul's purpose in helping relieve the suffering of humanity, each in their own way: building bridges over dangerous rivers for African tribespeople, bringing solar lights to children who want to learn in remote corners of our world, and saving young women from sex slavery and giving them a new life.
I met warm and welcoming local tribespeople that opened up a window into cultures and traditions that I wouldn't have imagined.
Our own tribespeople immediately rose up in revolt.
In short, his trouble with the Jews was that they were stateless, and acted (in his opinion) as stateless people perforce act — as tribespeople rather than citizens.
She was undoubtedly one of the Kenlor, the savage tribespeople that lived in the forest of Kenloriath.
Opee-Kwan demanded, half of himself and half of his tribespeople.