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Vagabond

[/ˈvaɡəˌbänd/]

Part of speech: noun

Origin: Latin

1.

One who travels from place to place and does not have a permanent home

2.

A person who, whether by choice or necessity, lives a nomadic lifestyle on the road

Examples of Vagabond in a sentence

"He considered himself a modern-day vagabond unconstrained by society's rules."

"Life as a vagabond isn't easy, but it can be adventurous."

About Vagabond

Nomads, vagabonds, call them what you will — some people are simply more comfortable traveling from one place to another without a traditional home. You may not see as many of them as you used to, but they're still there.

Did you Know?

Vagabond comes to us from vagari, a Latin word meaning "wander."

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