noun, adjective plural gip·sies,Chiefly British
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OTHER WORDS FROM gipsygip·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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Example sentences from the Web for gipsy
He and Gipsy are this moment devouring my lady's marmalade in the closet.The Beaux-Stratagem|George Farquhar
The sight for a moment left Gipsy's eyes, and her very heart ceased beating.Sharing Her Crime|May Agnes Fleming
The last Polish Krolestvo cyganskie or Gipsy king died in 1790.
Sometimes she goes about like an old peasant or gipsy—no one knows how old she really is!Fairies Afield|Mary Louisa Molesworth
All availed him nothing; she still followed him, and reiterated the piteous cry, ‘Pray remember poor Martha, the gipsy.’