Definition of vagabond

Common misspellings:
  • vagabon (0.0%)
  • vegabond (0.0%)
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Examples of usage:
  1. She declared that she would do no such thing that her life and that all our lives were in danger and that she would never stay another night under the same roof with that Papist vagabond - Roughing it in the Bush by Susanna Moodie

  2. That truculent vagabond Pedro had the night before taken himself off with a curse that had frightened even the vacqueros who most hated him as a companion but who now seemed inclined to regard his absence as an injury done to their race - Susy, A Story of the Plains by Bret Harte

  3. When a little while afterward Mr Bennet applied for a situation as book keeper in the bank of which Mr Van Boozenberg was president that officer hung drew and quartered the English language before the very eyes of Mr Bennet to show him how he despised it and to impress him with the great truth that he Jacob Van Boozenberg a self made man who had no time to speak correctly nor to be comely or clean was yet a millionaire before whom Wall Street trembled while he Gerald Bennet with all his education and polish and care and scrupulous neatness and politeness was a poverty stricken shiftless vagabond and what good had grammar done him - Trumps by George William Curtis