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Noun(1) anything that resembles a vagabond in having no fixed place(2) a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
Verb(1) move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
Adjective(1) wandering aimlessly without ties to a place or community(2) continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another
(1) Vagabond Tales is loosely based around the adventures of a musical vagabond who travels around the world and through time to bring different kinds of music back to the traveling minstrels of Barrage.(2) One advantage the vagabond angler has is the knowledge gained by casting over different venues.(3) A vagabond black crow which was found wandering in Kimberley Road a few days ago, is now lodging at the Queen's Park Zoo until someone claims him - for he appears to be a pet.(4) The most savvy travellers I know log onto Thorn Tree as they vagabond .(5) He could not survive on his own, a vagabond dog on the run.(6) Born in Texas, and named by an Indian mystic, Devendra is a vagabond artist in the purest sense of the word.(7) I can't quit my job and become a vagabond anti-imperial rebel at this stage of my life.(8) I suppose if I were a journalist with some newspaper's or magazine's code of ethics, instead of being a vagabond poet, I might have to be careful about accepting even pens and calendar.(9) I worked at a racetrack, picked fruit, traveled about as a vagabond .(10) I was walking to my campus, it was in 1985, when I saw the body of a vagabond not far from the campus entrance gate.(11) The carnie is no longer a punchline for a joke but a vanishing breed of vagabond that triggers wanderlust nostalgia, not thoughts of syphilis and criminal misdeeds.(12) A vagabond performer, he was born with severe abnormalities, including two lumps on either side of his forehead (which look suspiciously like budding horns) and malformed feet.(13) The Inn was full of vagabond sailors and people who worked about Cabana Bay.(14) He is, says his biographer, ├ö├ç├┐an old-fashioned theatrical vagabond , travelling light├ö├ç├û.(15) Judging by the clothing quality, the individual looked like a vagabond .(16) He had found her, a run away vagabond , on the side of the road.
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