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.
- country: South Korea
- language: Korean Language
- genres: East Asian cinema, World cinema, Drama
- released on (53 years ago)
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by Gloria Ferrari
prompted perhaps by the participle dAcbusvov, since a vagabond is an alien; an dX\6xpiov ipcoc, ...
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.
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).
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 ...
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 ...
Encyclopaedia 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 ...
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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- Sunset for a Vagabond
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- A Vagabond's Respite
City Hotel, a century-old rooming house and watering hole catering to the poor. It provides a furnished room, shared washrooms on each floor, and access to laundry facilities. Its clientele is mainly comprised of those on welfare, seeking social housing. It has been known to attract seedy characters, including those on hard drugs. Recent interest in purchasing the property for redevelopment had raised the hopes of local business owners, but the unknown party walked away. So the City Hotel continues to operate, and while many may wish to see it go, its residents are grateful it has not.
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Quotes about A Vagabond
A vagabond monk never spoke well of his convent.
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