gypsy

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GYPSY

Gypsy would have nothing to do with her, and sniffed the air with offended dignity.

Gypsy showed signs of melting, whinnying softly and forgivingly.

"Sit where you are, girl," commanded the gypsy in sepulchral tones.

Pansy and Pickwick, and the birds and Gypsy, and Methusaleh are all good friends.

I class it with the gypsy, because all who speak it are also acquainted with Romany.

In English gypsy, the same words are expressed by Rom, romni, and romnipen.

As for morality in gypsy girls, their principles are very peculiar.

It is not mine by right,” said the generous Italian; “it belongs to the gypsy.

And I was moved to like them, and nobody perceives this sooner than a gypsy.

Her features and expression were, however, gypsy, and not Egyptian.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GYPSY

vagabond

nounperson who leads an unsettled life; traveler
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