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A Vagabond appears in the following palindrome (phrase that reads the same backward as forward):

  • To lag at an odema, a lass in a diadem and a hobo had no bag; a vagabond a hobo had named Aidan is salaamed on a tag a lot.
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A Vagabond is a fictional character from the 1912 film Captain Barnacle's Waif.


"A Vagabond" is a film, directed by Lee Gang-Cheon.

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Google previewAlcman and the Cosmos of Sparta (2008)

by Gloria Ferrari

prompted perhaps by the participle dAcbusvov, since a vagabond is an alien; an dX\6xpiov ipcoc, ...

Google previewFamily Constitution, Form #13.003 (2005)

by Family Guardian Fellowship

A vagabond is a homeless freeloader. A pauper is a person that must be supported at public expense. Social Security partakers are supported at public expense, therefore cannot have the rights of citizens anymore than a fugitive would have.

Google previewA Dictionary of Slang and Colloquial English (1905)

Abridged from the Seven-volume Work, Entitled: Slang and Its Analogues by John Stephen Farmer, William Ernest Henley

A vagabond. Whence Vag- act, the Vagabond Act. Vagaries. (B, E.) Wild rambles, extravagant frolics (1696) ; to gad, to range ; see Vagrant. Hence vaga- rian, a crank (q.v.) ; vagarious (or vagarist), whimsical, capricious, irregular (1611).

Google previewEtymologicon universale; or, Universal etymological dictionary: on a new plan (1822)

by Walter Whiter

An idle, lazy, indolent, " slothful fellow, a vagabond, vagrant, poltroon,'' as Mr. Richardson explains it. — Error, (Lat.) "A wanderer, a loiterer, a stroller, " a vagrant, a vagabond, a starter aside, a straggler, a land leaper, " a gadder, a fugitive," as ...

Google previewA complete dictionary of the English language, both with regard to sound and meaning (1790)

by Thomas Sheridan

A vagabond ; a knave, a villain, a thief; a name of slight tenderness and endearment; a wag. To ROGUE, ro'g. v.n. To wander, to play the vagabond ; to play knavish tricks. ROGUERY, r&'g-er-y. f. Knavish tricks; waggery , arch ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)

A vagabond debtor. Ayliffe. — ». Wandering ; vagrant.— Like to a vagalaxd fij; upon the stream. Shot. — Blown ...

Google previewDiamond Pocket English Dictionary

by Dr. Baljit Singh

idle wandering; condition of a vagabond. vagsry n. caprice, freak; whim vagina [pl -r -ae) n. iemale genital passage; ...

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A man who leaves home to mend himself and others is a philosopher; but he who goes from country to country, guided by the blind impulse of curiosity, is a vagabond. (Oliver Goldsmith)
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