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vagabond 的同义词

(名词) 
Definition
a person who travels from place to place and has no fixed home or job
He had lived as a vagabond, begging for food.
同义词
vagrant
He lived on the street as a vagrant.
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tramp
an old tramp who slept rough in our neighbourhood
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bum (informal)
A bum, a derelict, is what he looked like.
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drifter
an out-of-work drifter
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migrant
economic migrants and political refugees
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rolling stone
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wanderer
Her father, a restless wanderer, abandoned the family.
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beggar
Now I am a beggar, having lost everything except life.
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rover
He remained at heart a rover.
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nomad
The greater part was desert, inhabited by nomads.
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down-and-out
some poor down-and-out in need of a meal
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hobo (US)
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bag lady mainly US)
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wayfarer
40,000 motels catering for weary wayfarers
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dosser (British, slang)
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knight of the road
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person of no fixed address
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derro (Australian, slang)
(修饰语) 
his impoverished, vagabond existence
同义词
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drifting
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journeying
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roaming
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roving
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down and out
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footloose
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fly-by-night (informal)
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其他同义词

in the sense of beggar
Definition
a person who lives by begging
Now I am a beggar, having lost everything except life.
同义词
vagrant (old-fashioned),
tramp (old-fashioned),
bum (informal),
derelict (old-fashioned),
pauper (old-fashioned),
hobo (US),
vagabond (old-fashioned),
bag lady,
dosser (British, slang),
derro (Australian, slang),
starveling (old-fashioned)
in the sense of bum
Definition
a tramp
A bum, a derelict, is what he looked like.
同义词
hobo (US),
bag lady (US),
dosser (British, slang),
derro (Australian, slang)
in the sense of down-and-out
Definition
a person who is homeless and destitute
some poor down-and-out in need of a meal
同义词
bum (informal),
bag lady,
dosser (British, slang),
derro (Australian, slang)

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