Definition of "vagabond" [vag•a•bond]

  • (noun) A person without a permanent home who moves from place to place.
  • (noun) A vagrant; a tramp.
  • (noun) A wanderer; a rover.
  • (adjective) Of, relating to, or characteristic of a wanderer; nomadic.
  • (adjective) Aimless; drifting.

Use "vagabond" in a sentence

  • "The life of the vagabond is an existence on the fringes of society."
  • "My main point was that I am glad this vagabond is no longer allowed to molest, rape, and murder our kids fragile little eyes and ears."
  • "His white-faced character, Bip, based on the 19th-century French Pierrot, a melancholy vagabond, is famous from his appearances on stage and television throughout the world."

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