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Another word for vagabond

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Adjective
  1. Leading the life of a person without a fixed domicile; moving from place to place

    See also:

    move

Another word for vagabond

Noun
      1. (Sports) A mark in archery selected by chance.
      2. A pirate.
      3. An unmanned robotic vehicle equipped with cameras, etc. and designed for use as in exploring the surface of an extraterrestrial planet or the ocean floor
      1. A person whose appearance or habits are like those of a Gypsy
      2. One who follows an itinerant or otherwise unconventional career or way of life, especially:
      3. A member of a nomadic Caucasoid people with dark skin and black hair, found throughout the world and believed to have originated in India: they are conventionally known as metalworkers, musicians, fortunetellers, etc.
      1. One who wanders from place to place without a permanent home or a means of livelihood.
      2. (Law) A tramp, beggar, prostitute, or similar idle or disorderly person whose way of living makes him or her liable to arrest and detention
      3. (--- Archaic) A wanderer; a rover.