The state or characteristic of being a vagabond.(noun)
Vagabonds, considered as a collective.(noun)
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Use "vagabondage" in a sentence
""On the doss," they call vagabondage here, which corresponds to "on the road" in the United States."
"In its simplest form the temper of adventure has given us the profusion of pleasant verses which we know as the poetry of 'vagabondage' and 'the open road'."
"Shelley himself can no more bring themselves to commit adultery than to commit any common theft, whilst women who loathe sex slavery more fiercely than Mary Wollstonecraft are unable to face the insecurity and discredit of the vagabondage which is the masterless woman's only alternative to celibacy."