noun, plural er·ran·cies.
Origin of errancy
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Historical Examples of errancy
She liked to think and to say that after all, in spite of her husband's errancy, Chicago was also her city.One Woman's Life
He replied collectedly enough in speech, but with that ramble and errancy clouding his eyes.The Insurrection in Dublin
But that very effort to reform it proclaims its errancy, and, I take the liberty of adding, its abomination also.Defense of the Faith and the Saints (Volume 1 of 2)
B. H. Roberts