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Definition of Gypsyish
1. resembling a gypsy [adj]
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Literary usage of Gypsyish
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Bookman (1905)
"A young man from New York, self- exiled in the "Land of Egypt," becomes engaged to a "gypsyish hill girl." While driving to the wedding a fierce storm ..."
2. In the Sixties by Harold Frederic (1897)
"There were three or four of the Colonel's daughters—all tall, well-made girls, with strikingly dark skins, and what we took to be gypsyish faces. ..."
3. Spanish Highways and Byways by Katharine Lee Bates (1900)
"Several times our guide wheeled suddenly to confront some gypsyish lad, creeping up behind us with stone all ready to throw, and when, at a glint of sunset ..."
4. Bohemia in London by Arthur Ransome (1907)
"There is something gypsyish about coffee- stalls, something very delightful. Since those days I have known many: there is one by Kensington Church, ..."
5. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1908)
"Then when he was near he turned to speak to a gypsyish-looking young woman who was with him, and I saw his face. ..."