Vagabond

usgb/ˈvæɡəbɑːnd/Volume
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Jobless ImplicationPlay
Suggests a lack of regular work, often used to stress financial instability. SlideThe new guy in town is a vagabond, searching for temporary jobs.
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Possible NegativityPlay
Can imply disapproval or pity, reflecting societal views on a stable home. SlideSome considered him a vagabond, unfit for the respectable community.
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Sometimes romanticized in literature or film as a free-spirited lifestyle. SlideShe envied the vagabond's carefree adventures across exotic lands.