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gipsy

or Gip·sy

[ jip-see ]
/ ˈdʒɪp si /
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noun, adjective plural gip·sies,

Chiefly British, Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive. gypsy.

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usage note for gipsy

See gypsy.

OTHER WORDS FROM gipsy

gip·sy·dom, noungip·sy·esque, gip·sy·ish, gip·sy·like, gip·se·ian, adjectivegip·sy·hood, noungip·sy·ism, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for gipsy

Gipsy
/ (ˈdʒɪpsɪ) /

noun plural -sies

(sometimes not capital) a variant spelling of Gypsy

Derived forms of Gipsy

Gipsyish, adjectiveGipsydom, nounGipsyhood, nounGipsy-like, adjective
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