Definition of Gypsying
1. gypsy [v] - See also: gypsy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gypsying
Literary usage of Gypsying
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dreamers: And Other Poems by Theodosia Pickering Garrison (1917)
"... we might go gypsying one day the while we're young— On a blue October morning Beneath a cloudless sky, When all the world's a vibrant harp The winds o' ..."
2. Ships in Port by Lewis Worthington Smith (1916)
"When you and I go gypsying we'll travel toward the sun. We'll use the old, old magic that shall never cease to be, The charm of love, whose mystic spell is ..."
3. By Oak and Thorn: A Record of English Days by Alice Brown (1896)
"... IN PRAISE OF gypsying AND now, with the youth of the year, hath come a strange longing upon the hearts and within the veins of all creatures living, ..."