Noun(1) a laborer who moves from place to place as demanded by employment(2) a member of a people with dark skin and hair who speak Romany and who traditionally live by seasonal work and fortunetelling; they are believed to have originated in northern India but now are living on all continents (but mostly in Europe, North Africa, and North America(3) a person who resembles a Gypsy in leading an unconventional, nomadic way of life(4) the Indic language of the Gypsies
(1) It's why I have no difficulty with Carmen: even if I was not free, I understood her because I have a gypsy , nomadic side.(2) They were a gift given to him by a traveling gypsy when he visited his father's castle.(3) Depending upon the circumstances, a gypsy may retain his nomadic habit of life even though he is not travelling for the time being.(4) He had a cardiac arrest after speaking at a rally for the gypsy and traveler community in Basildon, Essex.(5) why should she choose to wander the world with a penniless gypsy like me?(6) Their nomadic trait has led to the adjective gypsyish , for a person who may look like a gypsy or may be a wanderer.(7) The long skirt billowed out from the cool breeze that wafted through the trees and down the path the gypsies were traveling upon.(8) The 56 itinerants, who say they are traditional Romany gipsies , bought a three-acre field.(9) Others believe that the wandering gypsies brought the tarot with them from India via the middle east.(10) He felt a certain sense of dread slowly creep over him as he watched her move to sit with another group of the nomadic gypsies .(11) The band is influenced by Balkan gypsyish sounds.(12) The village was small and away from any other, larger villages or towns, so the only travellers it saw where gypsies and a few wide-ranging traders.(13) General interest in the practice of disposing of the dead by cremation, which was already established amongst groups such as gypsies who believed that the dead and their worldly goods should be burned, grew in the 19th cent.(14) Ten percent of the population of the new member states are Roma gypsies , who have a long history of marginalisation and persecution.(15) If the skirt is more casual or gypsyish , then flats are definitely the way to go.(16) Romania's new minorities included substantial communities of Ukrainians, Bulgarians, gypsies , Germans, Hungarians, Tartars, Turks, and Jews.
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