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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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gypsygyp‧sy, gipsy /ˈdʒɪpsi/ ●○○ noun (plural gypsies) [countable]  1 SANa member of a group of people originally from India, who traditionally live and travel around in caravans, and who now live all over the world. Most gypsies prefer to be called romanies.traveller2 TRAVELsomeone who does not like to stay in the same place for a long time
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gypsySuddenly a fat gypsy stood up.I shone in the reflection of her green-eyed, black-haired, gypsy beauty.Fred is a Romany gypsy and made the caravan himself.
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