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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Erratic; whimsical; capricious.

Usage examples (15)
  • Adjective : a vagarious foreign policy. ,vagarious artists
  • This may be a whimsical conclusion to the study of a personality so perplexing and vagarious as Sir John Willison.
  • All shared in the toast, taking comfort in the fact that, for a change, a powerful force was on their side, mysterious and vagarious as it might be.
  • Mr. Wirgman's mind was somewhat attuned to psychology; but he was cracky and vagarious. for more
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