Origin of vagrancy
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Examples from the Web for vagrancy
Nothing is more amusing than these general congresses of European vagrancy.Arthur O'Leary
Charles James Lever
Social reformers emphasize the bad effect on society of vagrancy.Civics and Health
William H. Allen
It is of these specialists in vagrancy that I intend to write in this chapter.Tramping with Tramps
It is very difficult at first sight to examine the phenomena of vagrancy.
Thus the relation of vagrancy to unemployment is amply demonstrated.
- the state or condition of being a vagrant
- the conduct or mode of living of a vagrant
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Word Origin and History for vagrancy
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