vagrancy

IPA: vˈeɪgrʌnsi

noun

  • the state of being a vagrant

Examples of "vagrancy" in Sentences

  • This species is prone to vagrancy.
  • She is arrested for vagrancy and ends up in a police cell.
  • The most common crime for girls were runaway and vagrancy.
  • Both were charged under the Vagrancy Act and held in custody.
  • He was also arrested by the local authorities on charges of vagrancy.
  • Susan had been abandoned by her mother and was arrested for vagrancy.
  • From the definition given in the vagrancy article, this makes no sense.
  • She is forced to travel on foot without papers and arrested for vagrancy.
  • A freedman could be enslaved for infractions of the law, debt or vagrancy.
  • The charges were later reduced to vagrancy and Binaggio was released on bond.
  • And meanwhile the quite obvious cause of vagrancy is staring one in the face.
  • But how far could they go before they would be arrested for what the white people called vagrancy?
  • The next three were called vagrancy: (1) Loafing on the docks; (2) "sleeping out" nights; (3) getting "wandering spells."
  • He then continues: "This experience reiterated the lesson that the vast majority of these wanderers are of the class with whom a life of vagrancy is a chosen means of living without work."
  • Court of Miracles, a crutch metamorphosable into a club; it is called vagrancy; every sort of spectre, its dressers, have painted its face, it crawls and rears, the double gait of the reptile.
  • It no longer walks, it hobbles; it limps on the crutch of the Court of Miracles, a crutch metamorphosable into a club; it is called vagrancy; every sort of spectre, its dressers, have painted its face, it crawls and rears, the double gait of the reptile.
  • Dear Mollie -- I was glad to know that bound with the fetters of Science, and depressed by thought, you were Struggling yet to ascend the rugged Steep -- where "Star eyed Science" and fame unfold their banners to every anxious aspirant, and under whose folds of magnitude and magnificence all alike are permitted to recumb, and recur those who have in vagrancy strayed "tracing Shadows" -- beware of

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