gangrel definition

  • noun:
    • Scots A vagabond; a drifter.
    • Scots A vagabond; a drifter.
    • A vagrant.
    • A vagrant.
    • A tall uncomfortable other.
    • A tall uncomfortable other.
    • a young child simply beginning to go, toddler.
    • A child just just starting to go, toddler.
    • A tramp, vagrant, vagabond.
    • A tramp, vagrant, vagabond.
    • Scots A vagabond; a drifter.
    • A vagrant.
    • A vagrant.
    • A vagrant.
    • A tall embarrassing other.
    • A tall awkward fellow.
    • a kid only just starting to stroll, toddler.
    • A child simply just starting to walk.
    • A tramp, vagrant, vagabond.
    • A vagrant.
    • A tall awkward fellow.
    • A tall embarrassing fellow.
    • A child only beginning to walk.
    • a kid simply beginning to walk.
    • Scots A vagabond; a drifter.
    • A vagrant.
    • A tall uncomfortable fellow.
    • a young child only starting to go, toddler.
    • A tramp, vagrant, vagabond.
    • A vagrant.
    • A tall uncomfortable other.
    • Scots A vagabond; a drifter.
    • a young child only just starting to go.
    • A vagrant.
    • A tall embarrassing fellow.
    • A child only starting to walk, toddler.
    • A tramp, vagrant, vagabond.
    • A vagrant.
    • A tall embarrassing other.
    • a young child only just starting to stroll.
  • adjective:
    • Wandering; vagrant.
    • Wandering; vagrant.
    • Wandering; vagrant.
    • Wandering; vagrant.
    • Wandering; vagrant.
  • others:
    • Vagrant; vagabond.
    • Vagrant; vagabond.
    • Vagrant; vagabond.
    • Vagrant; vagabond.
    • Vagrant; vagabond.

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