|(new zealand) hike in bush, cover distance on foot, crush something underfoot, heavy step, live as vagrant, long journey on foot, metal plate on boot, offensive term, part of spade for foot, sound of feet, tramp steamer, tread heavily, walk, trek; begg...||tramp|
|abandoned building, forsaken, neglected, abandoning duty, deserted, homeless person, neglectful person, ship abandoned at sea; abandoned property; one who neglects duty, one who is negligent; vagrant, tramp||derelict|
|archery target, croquet ball, machine twisting fibers for spinning, pirate, vehicle for exploring a planet, wanderer, roamer, one who meanders; machine that stretches and twists fibers to prepare them for spinning; operator of a roving machine||rover|
|be a vagabond, beggar, hobo, wanderer, person who does not have a permanent home, homeless wanderer, of or resembling a vagabond, of vagabonds||vagabond|
|biologically inferior variant, clear away plants from land, dangerous and solitary, dangerous solitary animal, defraud, maverick, rascal, scoundrel, dishonest person, villain, somebody dishonest, somebody mischievous, stray, tramp||rogue|
|bird off the normal migration route, growing in an uncontrolled way, hobo, wanderer, person who does not have a permanent home, homeless, homeless wanderer, random, somebody guilty of the offense of vagrancy, wandering, wandering about with no permanen...||vagrant|
|cargo ship without regular route, ocean tramp||tramp steamer|
|casual worker, dead body, illegal voter, muscae volitantes, person or thing that floats; wanderer; one whose vote can be bought; one who does not belong to a particular political party, something floating, spot interfering with vision, worker shifting ...||floater|
|climbing rose, ranch house, somebody who talks too much, walker, wanderer, stroller, one who walks leisurely; climbing plant, creeping plant||rambler|
|defeat or beat somebody, stamp on something, tramp, walk heavily||tromp|
|drifter, wanderer, vagabond, going from place to place, moving, wandering, nomadic; occurring while walking about, peripatetic worker||peripatetic|
|fishing boat with drift net, wanderer, wanderer; fishing boat||drifter|
|homeless traveler, tramp, unemployed worker, beggar||hobo|
|long walk, walk laboriously, walk heavily, plod, tramp; walk, walk wearily||trudge|
|member of itinerant people, wanderer, wanderer; member of a tribe that relocates seasonally in order to find better resources (e.g. pastureland, water, etc.), wandering, nomadic||nomad|
|migrant, one who migrates; wanderer; bird or other animal that relocates seasonally||migrator|
|migrating, migratory, of that which moves from one place to another, migratory animal, moving from place to place, one who migrates; wanderer; bird or another animal that relocates seasonally, somebody moving from place to place||migrant|
|nomad, wanderer; member of the Bedouin peoples (desert dwelling nomadic tribes)||bedouin|
|small motorboat; small car or other vehicle; wanderer, vagabond, drifter, small vehicle||runabout|
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