Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


"I guess they think we're gypsies," said Hattie, as one carriage rolled past.

Jack Nuffles—I met him here tonight—says they are gypsies—where are they, I wonder?

Like the gypsies of old, but with vastly more territory to roam.

It was about the gypsies, who camp near our place every year.

What number of Gypsies are there computed to be in the county?

Working in iron is the most usual occupation of the Gypsies.

There was no place in all England then so full of gypsies as the forest of Norwood.

The gypsies could not take him out with them while there was a danger of his crying like that.

Transportation, they tell me, has already nearly got rid of the gypsies.

On the outskirts of Meridian, Mississippi, a band of gypsies was encamped.