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Synonyms for gypsy

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

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We stopped at Pakweep camp site, there were also about 200 people but this group had a different background, most of them were the sea gypsies.
Joanna Morgan, trainer of Gypsie Queen "She stood in the stalls at Leopardstown on Saturday and gave herself no chance.
One would have to be concerned if the ground deteriorated any further, as she would appear to have a preference for good or better ground, but the three-year-old comes here fresh and she is surely open to more improvement and can oblige at the expense of Gypsie Queen.
RIVER ALDER (C Storey) 4-5 fav; 2, Stanwick Gypsie (C Shirley-Beavan) 2-1; 3, Chase the Moon (Miss L Hislop) 5-1; 8 ran, 10, dist.
THIEVING GYPSIE ONE of Jessica Harrington's team for the Punchestown bumper, this Presenting filly finished best, to be beaten two lengths and a neck behind stable-companion Bullock Harbour.
Joanna Morgan, trainer of Gypsie Queen "She will appreciate a little ease in the ground and she has enough pace for around there, so we're hoping for another good run, although it's a hot little contest.
Trainer Joanna Morgan completed an across-the-card treble, scoring with Gypsie Queen and Show Blessed at Naas while Pat Smullen produced Mutadarek with a well-timed challenge to triumph at Cork.