noun, plural tru·ant·ries.
- truant officer,
- truchas peaks,
- trucial coast,
- trucial oman
Origin of truantry
Examples from the Web for truantry
The child has this truantry when he plays at Indian, for he fashions the universe to his desires.
It was but yesterday on my return from work that I witnessed a sight that moved me pleasantly to thoughts of truantry.
There is something rather stirring in such prodigious marshaling, but I hear you ask what this has to do with truantry.
That was one thing, at least, from which my truantry protected me.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson, Volume 9|Robert Louis Stevenson
Most of us are 19admitted into truantry by the accidents, merely, of our senses.