Vagabondage

Antonyms of VAGABONDAGE

Examples of usage:

  1. No; for there are laws against vagabondage. "Socialism" by John Stuart Mill
  2. He was English- that was a misfortune; he was an actor- that was a greater misfortune, for it suggested vagabondage of morals as well as of profession; and he was a Protestant, which was the greatest misfortune of all. "The Money Master, Volume 3." by Gilbert Parker
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