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  • n. Plural form of gyrovague.

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Examples

  • My experiences in good monasteries left me with a prejudice regarding other forms of religious life, and an imperious attitude towards new communities as well as hermits, not to mention neo-gyrovagues.

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  • "It struck me," Mark went on, "that most of our paying guests are gyrovagues and sarabaites."

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  • "Have you ever read what our Holy Father says about gyrovagues and sarabaites?"

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