Pronunciation of Vagabond
/vˈaɡɐbˌɒnd/, /vˈaɡɐbˌɒnd/, /v_ˈa_ɡ_ɐ_b_ˌɒ_n_d/
Synonyms for vagabond:
Other synonyms and related words:
float, cat, hustle, affirm, divagate, betray, aver, run, meander, graze, plod, hurl, redact, rootless, draw, floater, cuckold, peregrine, revolve, turn over, order, disgorge, vomit up, sundowner, pluck, wander, regurgitate, cheat on, place, straddle, cast, mould, be sick, aimless, wave, drift, shed, honk, gipsy, cheat, gadabout, freewheel, grade, puke, seethe, jog, stray, roll up, throw up, put, gypsy, wheel, vomit, twine, rank, mendicant, roam, lay out, spew, assert, rate, peripatetic, perambulatory, weave, thread, shake off, wandering, range, rove, err, malefactor, homeless, frame, browse, sick, Swagman, flap, hurtle, ramble on, roamer, pasture, regorge, roll, digress, spue, blow, pad, errant, itinerant, gallivanting, ramble, ambulatory, drop, spots, unsettled, footslog, upchuck, migrant, ambulant, roll out, ranging, Maunderer, floating, swear, wanderer, verify, project, wrap, wind, slog, retch, throw, be adrift, mold, purge, contrive, fugitive, throw away, undulate, avow, couch, set out, trudge, swan, rambler, crop, array, chuck.
unsettled; vagrant (adjective)
Sense 2 (noun)
person who leads an unsettled life; traveler (noun)
Usage examples for vagabond:
- Our clothes were torn to rags, our feet and arms were torn and bleeding, and our vagabond air increased with every mile we covered. - "In the Days of Drake", J. S. Fletcher.
- A bird twitters faintly above his head, and recalls to his memory how he had watched the belated little feathered vagabond hurrying home to its nest. - "'O Thou, My Austria!'", Ossip Schubin.
- I'd heard that you were a sort of prize- fighting vagabond. - "Burning Sands", Arthur Weigall.