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vagrant
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Jane Eyre
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  • Somehow, now that I had once crossed the threshold of this house, and once was brought face to face with its owners, I felt no longer outcast, vagrant, and disowned by the wide world.
  • I am not absolutely such a fool and sensualist as to regret the absence of a carpet, a sofa, and silver plate; besides, five weeks ago I had nothing — I was an outcast, a beggar, a vagrant; now I have acquaintance, a home, a business.
  • "I’ll give you a piece of bread," she said, after a pause; "but we can’t take in a vagrant to lodge.

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  • "Bella and Yetta aren’t vagrants," Jane said stoutly.
    Margaret Peterson Haddix  --  Uprising
  • The next morning, when I arrived at work in another jeans and sneakers ensemble, she seemed startled, as if some strange vagrant had made a wrong turn into the office.
    Bryan Stevenson  --  Just Mercy

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