street people

noun
1.
persons whose home is in the streets of a city; the homeless.
2.
people who make their living in the streets, especially of large cities, as vendors or performers.
3.
the people of a neighborhood, especially a crowded big-city neighborhood or ghetto, who frequent the streets of their area.

Origin:
1965–70

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