“Sarah Palin is a true believer,” Bess told me over coffee at vagabond Blues, a café 20 miles from Wasilla in the town of Palmer.
vagabond, errand-boy, vagabond, labourer, porter, clerk, chief manager, small partner, Josiah Bounderby of Coketown.
Llewyn Davis is a troubadour and vagabond, one who happens to be in grief.
The class is to be found of very general development among the vagabond tribes.
Before he went, he explained the mechanism of the vagabond thoroughly to his friends.
It is clear that having no papers and no domicile, you are a vagabond, and as such must be committed to prison.
I couldn't wait for you two, the vagabond would have been a little pile of ashes.
That this was not his private view Shelton inferred by studying Mr. Dennant's manner in the presence of the vagabond.
May the Devil scorch that vagabond, if he doesn't do better than the last time!
There are some, however, who are disposed to wander off the reservation, and lead a vagabond life.
early 15c. (earlier vacabond, c.1400), from Middle French vagabonde, from Late Latin vagabundus "wandering, strolling about," from Latin vagari "wander" (from vagus "wandering, undecided;" see vague) + gerundive suffix -bundus. The noun is first recorded c.1400, earlier wagabund (c.1300).
from Lat. vagabundus, "a wanderer," "a fugitive;" not used opprobriously (Gen. 4:12, R.V., "wanderer;" Ps. 109:10; Acts 19:13, R.V., "strolling").