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Another word for vagrant

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

      1. A person who moves from place to place without a permanent home and often without a regular means of support.
      2. Of, relating to, or characteristic of a vagabond.
      3. To wander or travel about, especially as a vagabond.
      1. Walking about or from place to place; traveling on foot.
      2. Of or relating to the philosophy or teaching methods of Aristotle, who conducted discussions while walking about in the Lyceum of ancient Athens.
      3. One who walks from place to place; an itinerant.
      1. of, characteristic of, or like nomads or their way of life
      1. Traveling from place to place, especially to perform work or a duty:
      2. One who travels from place to place.
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Another word for vagrant

  1. Having no home

  2. Having no occupation

  3. Having no fixed course

      1. Having no fixed or regular course; wandering:
      2. Lacking consistency, regularity, or uniformity:
      3. Deviating from the customary course in conduct or opinion; eccentric:
      1. Characterized by, arising from, or subject to caprice; impulsive or unpredictable:
      1. Deviating from what is desired, expected, or required, especially in being disobedient or in gratifying one's own inclinations:
      2. Difficult or impossible to manage, control, or keep in order:
      3. Going somewhere not intended or desired:
      1. One who is habitually idle:
      1. a person who wastes time and does no work; lazy person
      2. a gear placed between two others to transfer motion from one to the other without changing their direction or speed
      3. a pulley riding loosely on a shaft, pressing against a belt to guide it or take up the slack
      1. One who solicits alms for a living.
      2. An impoverished person; a pauper.
      3. A man or a boy.