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Buddhism failed to ennoble the daily occupations of life, and produced drones and idlers and religious vagabonds.
BEACON LIGHTS OF HISTORY, VOLUME IJOHN LORD
The King of the Vagabonds and his seneschal gave token of rare dexterity in their shocking trade.
Will you, vagabonds, still reproach me for having induced you to leave the fortress of the Marquis of Jaffa?
Off they moved, the whole wobblety procession, to the cracking of native whips and howls of the admiring vagabonds.
GARDENS OF THE CARIBBEES, V. 1/2IDA MAY HILL STARR
Lucky the day when I met you unwittingly, Dining where vagabonds came and went flittingly.
THE BOOK OF HUMOROUS VERSEVARIOUS
Devilish cold,' he added pettishly, 'standing at that door, wasting one's time with such seedy vagabonds!'
THE PICKWICK PAPERSCHARLES DICKENS
Even the most lawless vagabonds find this necessary for the attainment of their ends and their own preservation.
PETER THE WHALERW.H.G. KINGSTON
In England, we know, stage-players were "strollers and vagabonds" by statute; not allowed to play within London's walls.
THE STONES OF PARIS IN HISTORY AND LETTERS, VOLUME I (OF 2)BENJAMIN ELLIS MARTIN
All these vagabonds are of the family of wild beasts; they have hiding places from which they never go far.
THE GUIDE OF THE DESERTGUSTAVE AIMARD
Midday clouds and afternoon clouds, except in the season of thunderstorms, are usually harmless idlers and vagabonds.
A YEAR IN THE FIELDSJOHN BURROUGHS