Synonyms of vagabond in English:

vagabond


See definition of vagabond

noun

1‘the police had hauled him up as a vagabond’

SYNONYMS

itinerant, wanderer, nomad, wayfarer, traveller, gypsy, rover, tramp, vagrant, drifter, transient, migrant, homeless person, derelict, beachcomber, down-and-out, beggar, person of no fixed abode, person of no fixed address, knight of the road, bird of passage, rolling stone

North American hobo

Australian bagman, knockabout, overlander, sundowner, whaler

informal bag lady

North American informal bum, bindlestiff

South African informal outie

NZ Australian informal derro


adjective

1‘a vagabond poacher’

SYNONYMS

itinerant, wandering, nomadic, travelling, ambulatory, mobile, on the move, journeying, roving, roaming, vagrant, transient, floating, migrant, migrating, migratory

refugee, displaced, homeless, rootless

drifting, unsettled, footloose

of no fixed abode, of no fixed address

archaic errant