Swagman

A swagman (also called a swaggie, sundowner or tussocker) is an old Australian and New Zealand term describing an underclass of transient temporary workers, who travelled by foot from farm to farm carrying the traditional swag (bedroll). Also characteristic of swagman attire was a hat strung with corks to ward off flies. Particularly during the De...
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Swagman

• (n.) A bushman carrying a swag and traveling on foot; -- called also swagsman, swagger, and swaggie.
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swagman

swagger noun an itinerant Australian laborer who carries his personal belongings in a bundle as he travels around in search of work
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Swagman

Swag'man noun A bushman carrying a swag and traveling on foot; -- called also swagsman , swagger , and swaggie .
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Swagman

Vagabond, rural tramp.
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