Vágabond. n.s. [from the adj.]
- A vagrant; a wanderer, commonly, in a sense of reproach.
We call those people wanderers and vagabonds, that have no dwelling-place. Raleigh's Hist. of the World.
Reduced, like Hannibal, to seek relief
From court to court, and wander up and down
A vagabond in Afric. Addison's Cato.
- One that wanders illegally, without a settled habitation.
Vagabond is a person without a home. Watts.