Thesaurus / vagrancy
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At the age of 16 he was charged with the offence of vagrancy, convicted and discharged.

Mental Defectives and Sexual OffendersW. H. Triggs, Donald McGavin, Frederick Truby King, J. Sands Elliot, Ada G. Patterson, C.E. Matthews and J. Beck

Perhaps it was because I was young and notably a novice in vagrancy, but people were very good to me.

The Trail of '98Robert W. Service

It is very difficult at first sight to examine the phenomena of vagrancy.

They were the punishment for brawling, drunkenness, vagrancy, and all disorderly conduct.

I wish that vagabond and his dog who were brought before a west side justice yesterday for vagrancy would travel up my way.

We shall now proceed to an examination of offences against the Vagrancy Acts presumably arising from destitution.

Crime and Its CausesWilliam Douglas Morrison

If I committed you for vagrancy or assault, it would delay you in a business which you must have deeply at heart.

A Man in the OpenRoger Pocock

The bailiff said, "Vagrancy, your Honor," and I began to talk.

The RoadJack London

The point is one to which the Departmental Committee on Vagrancy gave special attention.

The Vagrancy Problem.William Harbutt Dawson

The reports of Poor Law Inspectors frequently illustrate this aspect of the vagrancy problem.

The Vagrancy Problem.William Harbutt Dawson

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