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Meaning & Definition of Vagabond in English

English

Vagabond

/vægəbɑnd/

noun

1. Anything that resembles a vagabond in having no fixed place

  • "Pirate ships were vagabonds of the sea"
    synonym:
  • vagabond

2. A wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support

    synonym:
  • vagrant
  • ,
  • drifter
  • ,
  • floater
  • ,
  • vagabond

verb

1. Move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

  • "The gypsies roamed the woods"
  • "Roving vagabonds"
  • "The wandering jew"
  • "The cattle roam across the prairie"
  • "The laborers drift from one town to the next"
  • "They rolled from town to town"
    synonym:
  • roll
  • ,
  • wander
  • ,
  • swan
  • ,
  • stray
  • ,
  • tramp
  • ,
  • roam
  • ,
  • cast
  • ,
  • ramble
  • ,
  • rove
  • ,
  • range
  • ,
  • drift
  • ,
  • vagabond

adjective

1. Wandering aimlessly without ties to a place or community

  • "Led a vagabond life"
  • "A rootless wanderer"
    synonym:
  • rootless
  • ,
  • vagabond

2. Continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another

  • "A drifting double-dealer"
  • "The floating population"
  • "Vagrant hippies of the sixties"
    synonym:
  • aimless
  • ,
  • drifting
  • ,
  • floating
  • ,
  • vagabond
  • ,
  • vagrant

Examples of using

The vagabond, when rich, is called a tourist.