gipsy

Part of speech: noun

A member of a wandering race, now found in every part of the world; also, the language of that race.

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Usage examples "gipsy":

  1. A kind of gipsy beauty she possessed, and her eyes, her sensitive mouth, her square chin spoke of a nature out of the ordinary. - "The Day of Judgment", Joseph Hocking.
  2. She was a gipsy- so she was. - "None Other Gods", Robert Hugh Benson.
  3. Perhaps the gipsy had thought better of it, and was already sorry he had not kept the peace. - "The House by the Church-Yard", J. Sheridan Le Fanu.