Definition of homeless
: having no home or permanent place of residence
Recent Examples of homeless from the Web
An answer to his troubles appears in the arrival of an apparently homeless conspiracy theorist (DJ Qualls), who shows up at the hotel asking for a room but lacks any proper identification.
Scott, 27, who police said was homeless, was arrested and charged with battery on law enforcement officers, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest with violence.
With 48 homeless deaths recorded at the end of April, the county is more than halfway toward the total number in all 2016.
The only men to depart as commissioner were William J. Bratton, the police commissioner, and Gilbert A. Taylor, the commissioner of homeless services.
One early afternoon last week there were about 30 apparently homeless people scattered around the 1.2-acre park.
The pontiff's day also include lunch with homeless people, refugees and prisoners and a Mass before a crowd estimated at 80,000 people.
Later the pontiff is to also meet with poor and homeless people as well as refugees and prisoners.
Prior to losing his job and becoming homeless two years ago, Cutright worked as a carpenter.
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First Known Use of homeless
before 12th century
HOMELESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of homeless for English Language Learners
: having no place to live
HOMELESS Defined for Kids
Definition of homeless for Students
: having no home or permanent residence
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