Gypsy [noun]

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Sentence/Example of Gypsy:

She was a thin, dark-eyed creature, with a gypsy face and a quantity of gray hair wound about on the top of her head.

Her gypsy face shone radiant out of her black cloth hood, and Ronald's was no less luminous.

Besides a tarantass, drawn by good Siberian horses, will always go faster than a gypsy cart!

But the stars and the Gypsy brethren forbid the banns, so they part eternally.

Which is a pity; a Gypsy Quakeress would be a charming fancy.

No other case is known to me of a Gypsy revisiting the land of his forefathers.

His father was a Gypsy, and his mother, like mine, one who walked the roads.

Oh, he had bought it of a Gypsy, that I might learn to ride upon it.

And why should not a Gypsy possess a knowledge of languages?

Absolutely meaningless to any English Gypsy that ever walked.