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noun as in (offensive) a Romani person

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I actually found it quite pleasurable, and it prepared me for this strange, gypsy lifestyle of an actor.

The family held together in the gypsy jet stream that is military life.

The son of a schoolteacher and a bookkeeper, Hoskins had gypsy blood in him from his Romani grandmother.

With three others, they now constitute the San Miguel Five and play a combination of Afro-Latin, classical, and gypsy jazz.

Her moniker in headlines quickly transformed to “Mystery Gypsy.”

She was a thin, dark-eyed creature, with a gypsy face and a quantity of gray hair wound about on the top of her head.

Her gypsy face shone radiant out of her black cloth hood, and Ronald's was no less luminous.

Besides a tarantass, drawn by good Siberian horses, will always go faster than a gypsy cart!

But the stars and the Gypsy brethren forbid the banns, so they part eternally.

Which is a pity; a Gypsy Quakeress would be a charming fancy.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gypsy, such as: rom, roma, romanichal, tzigane, zingara, and zingaro.

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