Gypsies Adjectives

  • Pure-Blooded
  • Bear-Leading
  • Old
  • Prosperous
  • Own
  • Old-Fashioned
  • English
  • British
  • Saddle-Working
  • American
  • Unquestionably
  • Spanish
  • Russian
  • Syrian
  • Musical
  • European
  • How do you describe Gypsies?

    • 1. Like all really pure-blooded gypsies, they have deep feelings, which are easily awakened by kindness, but especially by sympathy and interest. 🔊
    • 2. This evening the Russian gypsies were to make their debut in the Orangerie, and they were frightened at their own success. 🔊
    • 3. They are unquestionably gypsies, and it is probable that many of them accompanied the early migration of Jats and Doms. 🔊
    • 4. I have met with several of the most decided type of pure-blooded, old-fashioned gypsies among Lees in America. 🔊
    • 5. We were ready, and for the first time in my life I listened to the long-anticipated, far-famed magical melody of Russian gypsies. 🔊
    • 6. The American gypsies do not beg, like their English brothers, and particularly their English sisters. 🔊
    • 7. The Syrian gypsies, or Nuri, who are seen with bears and monkeys in Cairo, are strangers in the land. 🔊
    • 8. The marked musical talent characteristic of the Slavonian and other European gypsies appears to link them with the Luri of Persia. 🔊
    • 9. The Spanish Gypsies are remarkable for beauty in early youth; for magnificent eyes and hair, regular features, light and well-knit figures. 🔊
    • 10. The real medium, however, between what I have, for want of better words, called wild and tame music exists only in that of the Russian gypsies. 🔊
    • 11. As an old Scotch gypsy said to me lately, the deepest and cleverest old gypsies all come over here to America, where they have grown rich, and built the old language up again. 🔊
    • 12. Now, as many centuries must have passed since the English and Russian gypsies parted from the parent stock, the preservation of this song is very remarkable, and its antiquity must be very great. 🔊
    • 13. Of this latter class were the musical gypsies, whom I met in Russia during the winter of 1876 and 1877, and some of them again in Paris during the Exposition of 1878. 🔊
    • 14. That there are leather-working and saddle-working gypsies in Persia who call themselves Zingan is a fair basis for an origin of the word; but then there are Tchangar gypsies of Jat affinity in the Punjab. 🔊
    • 15. I thought of the feuds between sundry sturdy Romanys in England, and felt that I could suppose such a thing, without dangerously stretching my faith, and I began to believe in Russian gypsies. 🔊
    • 16. This account, especially with the mention of trained bears and monkeys, identifies them with the Ricinari, or bear-leading gypsies of Syria (also called Nuri), Turkey, and Roumania. 🔊
    • 17. I had written a book on the English gypsies and their language; but before I announced it, I wrote a letter to Father George, telling him that I proposed to print it, and asking his permission to dedicate it to him. 🔊