English version

be of/have no fixed abode/address

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbe of/have no fixed abode/addressbe of/have no fixed abode/addressBritish English lawHOME to not have a permanent place to live fixed
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be of/have no fixed abode/addressBoth were said to be of no fixed abode, although they originate from the Old Swan district of Liverpool.I was of no fixed abode, but I'd finished my time so they still let me go.
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