vagabondism

vagabondage

[vag-uh-bon-dij]
noun
1.
the state or condition of being a vagabond; idle wandering.
2.
vagabonds collectively.
Also called vagabondism.


Origin:
1805–15; vagabond + -age

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vagabond (ˈvæɡəˌbɒnd)
 
n
1.  a person with no fixed home
2.  an idle wandering beggar or thief
3.  (modifier) of or like a vagabond; shiftless or idle
 
[C15: from Latin vagābundus wandering, from vagārī to roam, from vagusvague]
 
'vagabondage
 
n
 
'vagabondish
 
adj
 
'vagabondism
 
n

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