vagabondism


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Meantime, the earliest good chance I get, I shall roll down to you, my good fellow, seeing we--that is, you and I,--must hit upon some little bit of vagabondism, before Autumn comes.
He argued that some of the youths who were influenced by neo-colonialism and the old social system have been infected with such bad habits as laziness, selfishness, parasitism, vagabondism, pursuing a good time, and so forth.
She develops body and mind earlier than the boy, and the habits of vagabondism on her in childhood are more difficult to wear off.