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tatterdemalions

See definition of tatterdemalions on Dictionary.com
  • as inragamuffin
  • as inslob

synonyms for tatterdemalions

  • beggar
  • bum
  • gamin
  • guttersnipe
  • hobo
  • loafer
  • orphan
  • scarecrow
  • tatterdemalion
  • tramp
  • urchin
  • vagabond
  • vagrant
  • waif
  • wastrel
  • street person
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    How to use tatterdemalions in a sentence

    But the only army he found consisted of about thirty tatterdemalions, mounting guard with umbrellas for fear of the sun.
    VOLTAIRE'S ROMANCESFRANOIS-MARIE AROUET
    I believe no nation ever saw such a set of tatterdemalions (ragged fellows).
    GEORGE WASHINGTONCALISTA MCCABE COURTENAY
    He speaks of them as "a set of tatterdemalions, almost naked, with fierce looks."
    THE CHRIST OF PAULGEORGE REBER
    They were tatterdemalions in appearance, but heroes at heart.
    MILITARY REMINISCENCES OF THE CIVIL WAR V2JACOB DOLSON COX
    And again Revolution, on the heels of the fugitives, poured into the old palace and filled it with its tatterdemalions.
    THE COMPLETE ESSAYS OF C. D. WARNERCHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
    The men staggered or lay prone, either as gigantic silhouettes or as tatterdemalions painted by the light.
    THE MYSTERYSTEWART EDWARD WHITE AND SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS
    Time advanced; one by one the army of tatterdemalions crawled away, God alone knew how, God alone knew where.
    BYWAYS OF GHOST-LANDELLIOTT O'DONNELL
    The other company, the tatterdemalions of the town, was called "the flood-wood."
    LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE, SEPTEMBER, 1885VARIOUS
    The inference is that some day our accursed tatterdemalions will be sleek angels.
    THE BOOK OF THE DAMNEDCHARLES FORT
    On the criminal side it resembles hell's tatterdemalions let loose.
    THE SHELLBACK'S PROGRESSWALTER RUNCIMAN
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