1. A perverted spelling and pronunciation of vagrant, ascribed as a blunder to Dogberry in “Much Ado about Nothing,” and with allusion to this occasionally used by modern writers.
2. And now units of this vagrom and unstable street throng, which was forever shifting and changing about them, seemed to sense the psychologic error of all this in so far as these children were concerned, for they would nudge one another, the more sophisticated and indifferent lifting an eyebrow and smiling contemptuously, the more sympathetic or experienced commenting on the useless presence of these children.
3. She was the vagrom-minded wife of a prosperous lawyer who was absorbed in his business and in himself.
4. Purdy, some vagrom fancy quickened in him, either by the voice, which was not unrefined, or by the stealthiness of the approach,