floater

floater
floater [flōt′ər]
n.
1. a person or thing that floats
2. a person who illegally casts a vote at each of several polling places
3. a person who changes his or her place of residence or work at frequent intervals; drifter; esp., a transient laborer
4. an employee who works at various times, locations, etc. as required by an employer
5. an insurance policy covering movable property irrespective of its location at the time of loss
6. [pl.] specks that appear to float before the eyes, caused by defects or impurities in the vitreous humor; muscae volitantes

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