vagrant : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a wanderer who has no established residence or visible means of support
- s continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another
vagrant hippies of the sixties
- Guzik, it argued, was not a "vagrant.
- As the film fades she recognizes in the ragged helpless vagrant the wealthy prince she dreamed about in darkness.
- Ever ready to toss a 100-yuan note to a passing vagrant, Lai earned a reputation as a modern-day Robin Hood, a big-hearted billionaire who helped out folks far more than most .
News & Articles
- ToDo ToDay: Face to Face, SuperNOVA, Capital Pride, and Russian Pop
I first heard a Face to Face song on a Vagrant Records compilation. It was the early 2000s, and the band—surprisingly noisy for Vagrant, better known as home to weepy emo bands Dashboard Confessional and The Get Up Kids—had already been kicking it for a decade.
June 7, 2013 - Washington City Paper
- Lindsay Duncan in Houston Chronicle
He looked like a vagrant,reports Lindsay Duncan, who plays Longford's wife, Elizabeth. "Actually, in the film they toned down the amount of stains on his clothes because it would've been a joke for today's audiences. Looking like that...
- Zhang Xiaogang in CCTV
Zhang Xiaogang said, "There is something vagrant in my heart. I dare not say it is a kind of aspiration. Maybe it's a kind of instinct. I am always longing for something that seems important -- way off in a faraway place".
- Jonah Matranga in antiMUSIC.com
Matranga adds, "Vagrant is a label that has been smart, hard-working and great to their bands for years and years now. They know where we come from and what we've always been about, which helps a lot. We feel really lucky to be working with them."