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synonyms for most vagrant

  • ambiguous
  • ancillary
  • circuitous
  • implied
  • incidental
  • oblique
  • tortuous
  • collateral
  • circular
  • circumlocutory
  • complicated
  • contingent
  • crooked
  • devious
  • discursive
  • duplicitous
  • erratic
  • eventual
  • long
  • long way home
  • long-drawn-out
  • long-winded
  • meandering
  • obscure
  • out-of-the-way
  • periphrastic
  • rambling
  • secondary
  • serpentine
  • sidelong
  • sinister
  • sinuous
  • snaking
  • sneaking
  • sneaky
  • subsidiary
  • twisting
  • underhand
  • vagrant
  • wandering
  • winding
  • zigzag
  • destitute
  • displaced
  • dispossessed
  • derelict
  • down-and-out
  • itinerant
  • outcast
  • refugee
  • vagabond
  • vagrant
  • wandering
  • abandoned
  • banished
  • desolate
  • estranged
  • exiled
  • forlorn
  • forsaken
  • friendless
  • houseless
  • uncared-for
  • unhoused
  • unsettled
  • without a roof
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antonyms for most vagrant

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  • direct
  • straight
  • straightforward
  • settled
  • permanent
  • straight
  • unwinding
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            How to use most vagrant in a sentence

            Yet the word vagrant is a misnomer in this city, where economy has reached a finesse that is marvelous.
            THE REAL LATIN QUARTERF. BERKELEY SMITH
            For the first time Bud had a vagrant suspicion that Foster had not told quite all there was to tell about this trip.
            CABIN FEVERB. M. BOWER
            Orders were issued to the boards of management of the newly created vagrant districts, telling them that they need not meet.
            ENGLISH POOR LAW POLICYSIDNEY WEBB
            Yet even for the professional vagrant the promiscuous London casual ward of 1864 was not to be extended.
            ENGLISH POOR LAW POLICYSIDNEY WEBB
            Says one of the characters, referring to the importunities of a tipsy vagrant, “Give him half-a-crown!”
            A CURSORY HISTORY OF SWEARINGJULIAN SHARMAN
            "Papa and myself, having no vagrant propensities, will go to our own church," answered the latter.
            ALONEMARION HARLAND
            He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
            LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
            I'm ordered off for a vagrant if I warm myself in the depots, and I don't suppose the city o' Boston'll let me stay here long.
            ST. NICHOLAS, VOL. 5, NO. 5, MARCH, 1878VARIOUS
            All persons able to labor, who shall beg or be vagrant, shall be whipped and sent to the place of their birth.
            LANDHOLDING IN ENGLANDJOSEPH FISHER
            These Maruts stir up even the sluggard, even the vagrant, as the gods pleased.
            SACRED BOOKS OF THE EASTVARIOUS
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