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 for vagabond
From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  159 Moby Thesaurus words for "vagabond":
     Arab, Bowery bum, arab, bat around, beach bum, beachcomber, beggar,
     beggarly fellow, bird of passage, blighter, bo, budmash, bum,
     bummer, caitiff, canter, circumforaneous, count ties, derelict,
     devil, discursive, divagate, divagatory, dogie, drift, drifter,
     drifting, drunkard, errant, flit, flitting, floater, floating,
     footloose, footloose and fancy-free, fugitive, gad, gad about,
     gadding, gallivant, gamin, gamine, go about, go the rounds,
     good-for-naught, good-for-nothing, guttersnipe, gypsy, gypsy-like,
     gypsyish, hit the road, hit the trail, hobo, homeless waif,
     human wreck, idler, itinerant, jaunt, knock about, knock around,
     landloper, landloping, lazzarone, loafer, losel, lowlife,
     mauvais sujet, mean wretch, meander, meandering, migrant,
     migrational, migratory, mooch, mucker, mudlark, no-good, nomad,
     nomadic, nomadize, pauvre diable, perambulatory, peregrinate,
     pererrate, peripatetic, piker, pilgarlic, poor creature,
     poor devil, prowl, ragamuffin, ragman, ragpicker, ramble, rambling,
     range, ranging, roadster, roam, roaming, rolling stone, rounder,
     rove, rover, roving, run about, runagate, sad case, sad sack,
     saunter, shack, shifting, ski bum, skid-row bum, stiff, straggle,
     straggling, stray, straying, street Arab, street arab,
     street urchin, stroll, strolling, sundowner, surf bum, swagger,
     swagman, swagsman, tatterdemalion, tennis bum, traipse, traipsing,
     tramp, tramper, transient, transitory, transmigratory, traveler,
     truant, turnpiker, urchin, vag, vagabondize, vagrant, vaurien,
     waif, waifs and strays, walk the tracks, wander, wanderer,
     wandering, wastrel, wayfare, wayfarer, wayfaring, weary,
     worthless fellow, wretch

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