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noun as in wanderer

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The 200 other Roma, known pejoratively as “gypsies,” had fled the camp by Monday, police told French media.

In Europe today, walls are going up everywhere to keep the Roma, also known as ‘gypsies’, firmly shut out.

He recalls calling a meeting when “American Gypsies were flooding in by the carload” to Milwaukee.

It begins: “The gypsies are coming, the old people say, To buy little children and take them away.”

"I've no time for the Roma gypsies," said one who was cleaning his car.

There is nobody under thirty so dead but his heart will stir a little at sight of a gypsies' camp.

They are never performed except by gypsies, in their own quarter of Seville, and are now generally gotten up as a show for money.

Take his first meeting with Gypsies in the green lane near Norman Cross.

To the storm-stayed shows came the gypsies in great numbers.

It is simply the way that Sector Headquarters feels about Gypsies.


On this page you'll find 8 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gypsies, such as: nomad, bohemian, vagrant, sharper, roamer, and tzigane.

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