Part of speech:
That wanders; moving from place to place; roaming, roving, straying, etc.
Moving aimlessly or at the mercy of external forces.
Moving from the proper course or established limits:
Lengthy and digressive:
Occurring alone or infrequently; isolated; incidental
Remaining in a place only a brief time:
Involving a motor vehicle in motion:
Traveling from place to place, especially to perform work or a duty:
Walking or moving about; not staying in one place; itinerant
(Law) A tramp, beggar, prostitute, or similar idle or disorderly person whose way of living makes him or her liable to arrest and detention
A part-time or temporary member of a college faculty.
(Archery) A mark, or target, chosen at random
Like or characteristic of a bohemian
Having no home or haven.
(Archaic) Foreign; alien.
Designating or characteristic of a kind of fiction that originated in Spain and deals episodically with the adventures of a hero who is or resembles such a vagabond or rogue
A person who is very poor; pauper
A devotee, as of golf or skiing, who devotes so much time to the sport as to disrupt family life, career, etc.
A lazy, idle person
One who wanders from place to place without a permanent home or a means of livelihood.
A man of humble birth.
A beggar; person who begs for alms
Any wanderer who has no fixed home
An unscrupulous, dishonest person; a scoundrel.
An elephant or other animal that wanders apart from the herd and is fierce and wild
One who shirks work or duty.
An unpredictable thing.
The act or an instance of wandering.
A person who travels, esp. from place to place on foot
Permitted to rise or fall in response to the market:
A speck that appears to float before the eye, caused by a defect or impurity in the vitreous humor
To extend in gentle swells or undulations
To wander over or through:
To roll or throw (dice, for example).
To speak or write at length and with many digressions:
To look at or around (an area) in an idle or casual manner:
To move about an area, as in hunting
(Western US) To drive (livestock) slowly or far afield, especially for grazing.
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