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General Crossword Questions for “vagabond”

  • Traveller of dubious character
  • Tramp
  • Nurse goes round African country, being of no fixed abode


  • A vagabond is characterized by almost continuous traveling, lacking a fixed home, Vagabonds are not bums, as bums are not known for traveling, preferring to stay in one. — “Vagabond (person) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • Vagabond (バガボンド, Vagabondo?) is an ongoing manga by Takehiko Inoue, portraying a fictionalized account of Miyamoto Musashi's life, on a loose adaptation of Eiji Yoshikawa's novel Musashi. Mr. Inoue has taken the powerful Musashi who was sometimes called a 'beast' and drawn him as a vagabond. — “Vagabond (manga) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • For the English band Vagabond, see Vagabond (UK band). Vagabond were a Norwegian hard rock band, fronted by Masterplan singer Jørn Lande and guitarplayer Ronni Le Tekrø from TNT. Vagabond was formed by ex-TNT members Ronni Le Tekrø and Morty Black in 1993, after the split of TNT. — “Vagabond (band) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • "Glory?" continued Rebecca; "alas, is the rusted mail which hangs as a hatchment over the champion's dim and mouldering tomb–is the defaced sculpture of the inscription which the ignorant monk can hardly read to the enquiring pilgrim–are these sufficient rewards for the sacrifice of every kindly affection, for a life spent miserably that ye may make others miserable? Or is there such virtue in the rude rhymes of a wandering bard, that domestic love, kindly affection, peace and happiness, are so wildly bartered, to become the hero of those ballads which vagabond minstrels sing to drunken churls over their evening ale?" — “Ivanhoe” by Sir Walter Scott
  • His old vagabond nature returned to him; the fantastic ideas of his youth once more took possession of him. — “Around the World in Eighty Days” by Jules Verne
  • It would be an ugly business, indeed, if Judge Pyncheon (who would not have cared a fig for Paganini's fiddle in his most harmonious mood) should make his appearance at the door, with a bloody shirt-bosom, and a grim frown on his swarthily white visage, and motion the foreign vagabond away! Was ever before such a grinding out of jigs and waltzes, where nobody was in the cue to dance? Yes, very often. — “The House of the Seven Gables” by Nathaniel Hawthorne
  • It is enough that I place this boy under the eye of a friend of my own, in a respectable business; that it does not please him; that he runs away from it; makes himself a common vagabond about the country; and comes here, in rags, to appeal to you, Miss Trotwood. — “David Copperfield” by Charles Dickens
  • He was bloody safe he wasn't run in himself under the act that time as a rogue and vagabond only he had a friend in court. — “Ulysses” by James Joyce
  • Enthusiasm swept the crowd, a motley crowd made up of men and women of every class, from vagabond to nobleman, from harlot to lady of fashion. Trees were despoiled of their leaves, and the green cockade was flaunted from almost every head. — “Sacaramouche” by Rafael Sabatini


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