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  • n. Plural form of gypsey.


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  • At one end of the room was a raised platform, and on the platform sat two gypseys; the one was dark, in a picturesque, tattered costume, with a scarf about his waist, and a violin; the other was slight, with golden curls clipped short, and a ragged jacket of velveteen, worn at the elbows.

    The Black Cross

  • And for heavens 'sake, don't sell the kids to the gypseys just yet!

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