vagarious


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vagarious

(vəˈɡɛərɪəs)
adj
rare characterized or caused by vagaries; irregular or erratic
vaˈgariously adv
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When my friend left us for want of work in the office, or from the vagarious impulse which is so strong in our craft, I took my Shakespeare no longer to the woods and fields, but pored upon him mostly by night, in the narrow little space which I had for my study, under the stairs at home.
Khawaja Salman Rafique said that as directed by the Chief Minister Mohammad Shehbaz Sharif vagarious efforts are being carried out to control the dengue spread in Rawalpindi and other cities and legal action is being taken on any violation of the rules and regulations.
In 2012, Neelam had launched vagarious campaign which was termed peace for new generation to apprise the government on this serious issue.
The latter undermines the theory that the executive branch is actually developing a statutory interpretation with vagarious and sensitive international concerns in mind.
The leader of the opposition was then praised for accepting defeat gracefully, and engaged on a vagarious election campaign this year.
This autobiographical work speaks to vagarious joy; that of a teenager hiding from her world, transported, if she chooses, into that one where looms the darkness of naughty thoughts.
However, the vagarious nature of Bass Strait means the Rolex Sydney Hobart is usually punctuated by transitional lulls, which aren't conducive to record breaking.
26) The counterinsurgents are, therefore, compelled to protect the cities based on realities depicted by the information environment, the vagarious nature of public opinion, and the deliberate actions of insurgents.