characterized by vagaries; erratic; capricious: a vagarious foreign policy.
roving; wandering: vagarious artists.
Origin of vagarious
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Related Words for vagariouswhimsical, wayward, quirky, unreasonable, helter-skelter, unpredictable, fickle, unstable, careless, arbitrary, flighty, volatile, impulsive, erratic, temperamental, unusual, uncertain, irregular, mercurial, abnormal
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Historical Examples of vagarious
Mr. Wirgman's mind was somewhat attuned to psychology; but he was cracky and vagarious.A Budget of Paradoxes, Volume I (of II)
Augustus De Morgan
Before coming to the library Nemos says that he led a "vagarious life" in Nevada.
rare characterized or caused by vagaries; irregular or erratic
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