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Synonyms for gypsy
a laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment
a member of a people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and who traditionally live by seasonal work and fortunetelling
the Indic language of the Gypsies
References in periodicals archive
Banquo's questions are the ones "a Girl would make after she had heard a Gypsey
[sic] tell her School-fellow's Fortune--all perfectly general--or rather planless.
Choose from the 1959 Austin Gypsey
firetender or the ever-popular Barbie car.
Guys like Corrie Theron, Coennie Kruger, Fakkie Gous, Gypsey
Grewar, Duppie Dupison, Gypsey
Grewar, Keyser Brothers and Pierre Gous, were all big biker racers.
Three-year-old Savannah Murphy and Gypsey
, five, were playing in the street with cousin Callum Chapman, five, when they found the syringes in dumped rubbish bags.
This specimen of the Gypsey
race was a little old man almost as black as a negro.