vagrant


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Synonyms for vagrant

Synonyms for vagrant

leading the life of a person without a fixed domicile; moving from place to place

Synonyms for vagrant

a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support

continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another

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From the point the shore curved away, more and more to the south and west, until at last it disclosed a cove within the cove, a little land-locked harbour, the water level as a pond, broken only by tiny ripples where vagrant breaths and wisps of the storm hurtled down from over the frowning wall of rock that backed the beach a hundred feet inshore.
The footpad hiding in a ditch had marked him passing like a ghost along its brink; the vagrant had met him on the dark high-road; the beggar had seen him pause upon the bridge to look down at the water, and then sweep on again; they who dealt in bodies with the surgeons could swear he slept in churchyards, and that they had beheld him glide away among the tombs on their approach.
Giles's Church, London, under the direction of a drunken cripple, who was a convicted thief, and an incorrigible vagrant.
Do you find any gipsies, now, or tramps, or vagrants of any sort, out there?
There was no municipal police for the purpose of apprehending vagrants and disorderly characters.
It is a black, dilapidated street, avoided by all decent people, where the crazy houses were seized upon, when their decay was far advanced, by some bold vagrants who after establishing their own possession took to letting them out in lodgings.
Some of them are ordinary paths, which have a rail on each side, and are made by men with their coats off, but others are vagrants, wide at one spot and at another so narrow that you can stand astride them.
They had but one alternative,--to leave the soil and become vagrants, in brief, to starve.
This leads to oddities like the New World's Southern Lapwing and Collared Plover being covered forty pages after the Old World's Northern Lapwing and other vagrant plovers.
6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Dark Water Productions -- When a vagrant (Kenny Johnson) goes to the Sheriff with serious concerns about an invasion of America, the Sheriff not only dismisses him but locks him behind bars for loitering.
Fedora 22 also offers Vagrant boxes for the base Cloud edition and Atomic Host.
Howell, Ian Lewington, and Will Russell offers a complete synthesis of the occurrence and distribution of vagrant species in North America.
HarperVoyager has signed world English rights for The Vagrant and The Malice.
IT was almost 30 years ago today that former luxury yacht Vagrant, which was once owned by the Beatles, became a floating restaurant in Funchal, Madeira, as snapped by our top lensman Colin Lane last week.
Beggar Girl was by the exported Vagrant (Trumpator-Gipsy), owned originally by Sir John Shelley and bred in 1808.