Vagrant

A vagrant is an itinerant person without a home or regular employment. See Vagrancy (people). Vagrant or vagrancy may also refer to: ...
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Vagrant

• (a.) Wandering from place to place without any settled habitation; as, a vagrant beggar. • (n.) One who strolls from place to place; one who has no settled habitation; an idle wanderer; a sturdy beggar; an incorrigible rogue; a vagabond. • (a.) Moving without certain direction; wandering; erratic; unsettled.Vagrant: words in the de...
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vagrant

drifter noun a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
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Vagrant

[software] Vagrant is free and open-source software for creating and configuring virtual development environments. It can be considered a wrapper around virtualization software such as VirtualBox and configuration management software such as Chef, Salt and Puppet. Since version 1.1, Vagrant is no longer tied to VirtualBox and also works wit...
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Vagrant

A bird found in an area that is not within its usual distribution, having strayed there by mistake, e.g. through disorientation, or by adverse winds.
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Vagrant

A bird outside the normal or regularly recorded distribution of the species. Also sometimes known as accidental (i.e. referring to extremely rare vagrants). In less studied areas a vagrant may in fact refer to an irregularly occurring transient within the species’ normal range.
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Vagrant

A poor person who did not stay in their parish of settlement, but moved about the country begging and engaging in odd jobs. Frequently suspected of petty crimes. See also Gypsies and vagabonding.
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Vagrant

A vagrant bird is described as a bird that ventures outside of its normal range or migratory route. Most birds do not do this voluntary, but are often blown off course, or make an error in navigation. Most vagrants are migratory, but the odd non-migratory bird also ends up in the wrong place.
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vagrant

a wanderer with no established residence or means of support
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Vagrant

Accidental, irregular.
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Vagrant

an individual found outside that species' regular range. Also called a Stray.
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Vagrant

Bird found outside its normal range, especially one quite far out of range.
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Vagrant

Generally by the word vagrant is understood a person who lives idly without any settled home; but this definition is much enlarged by some statutes, and it includes those who refuse to work, or go about begging.
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Vagrant

Species that is usually thought of as a migrant that is seen in a part of the world where it is not commonly seen.
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vagrant

vagrant 1. A wanderer who has no permanent place to live. 2. Someone who never stays in one place for very long. 3. Anyone who is guilty of the legal offense of living on the streets and, in some jurisdictions, begging.
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vagrant

[n] - a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
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