1. Errant. Animal vagabond.
2. Désordonné. Ręverie vagabonde.
3. Nomade. Humeur vagabonde.
ETYM Greek. Related to Nomad.
Of or pertaining to nomads, or their way of life; wandering; moving from place to place for subsistence.
1. Not restricted as to location or area of concern
2. Capable of being shifted from place to place; mobile
3. Inclined to ramble or stray
ETYM French, from Latin vagabundus, from vagari to stroll about, from vagus strolling. Related to Vague.
1. Moving from place to place without a settled residence; wandering.
2. Floating about without any certain direction.
3. Being a vagabond.
ETYM Contr. from bottom in this sense.
1. Vagrant; homeless or unemployed person.
2. A lazy person.
One that drifts; especially; one that travels or moves about aimlessly
A vagabond, especially one who travels clandestinely in freight trains.
A disreputable wanderer; SYN. hobo, bum.
A wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support; SYN. drifter.
Someone who leads a wandering, unsettled life; SYN. roamer, rover, bird of passage.