noun, plural va·gran·cies.
Related formsnon·va·gran·cy, noun, plural non·va·gran·cies.
Examples from the Web for vagrancy
At the age of 16 he was charged with the offence of vagrancy, convicted and discharged.Mental Defectives and Sexual Offenders|W. H. Triggs, Donald McGavin, Frederick Truby King, J. Sands Elliot, Ada G. Patterson, C.E. Matthews and J. Beck
Perhaps it was because I was young and notably a novice in vagrancy, but people were very good to me.The Trail of '98|Robert W. Service
It is very difficult at first sight to examine the phenomena of vagrancy.Glimpses into the Abyss|Mary Higgs
They were the punishment for brawling, drunkenness, vagrancy, and all disorderly conduct.The Chronicles of Newgate, vol. 1/2|Arthur Griffiths
I wish that vagabond and his dog who were brought before a west side justice yesterday for vagrancy would travel up my way.Rosemary and Rue|Amber