The poor wretches are nearly always in want, and soon full into vagrancy, and some into vice and crime.
Nothing is more amusing than these general congresses of European vagrancy.
The voice came from the fire, and I walked over from the door, and found as miserable a specimen of vagrancy as one often sees.
Social reformers emphasize the bad effect on society of vagrancy.
It would be much greater but for the leniency of the police (vagrancy Report, section 379).
It is of these specialists in vagrancy that I intend to write in this chapter.
The bailiff said, "vagrancy, your Honor," and I began to talk.
Nevertheless, the fact of vagrancy is one deep rooted in human nature.
I entered the charge in the cause list, "Police v. John Smithers, vagrancy," and then looked at the vagrant.
Thus the relation of vagrancy to unemployment is amply demonstrated.