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  • n. Plural form of vagrancy.

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Examples

  • That left it vulnerable to the vagrancies of sheer random chance, and ultimately it was an offensive rebound and a Quincy Pondexter bank shot with less than two seconds to play that did the team in.

    Marquette - Team Notes

  • The whole purpose of an independent agency, of which the FEC is one, it insulate the agency and its employees from the vagrancies of partisan politics.

    Archive 2006-04-01

  • What about how to make your personal vagrancies work for, not against you in publishing?

    Advise Miss Snark

  • Had the intoxicant vagrancies of the spring night aggravated the stick's restlessness and lured it, at no slight risk, out of hiding and into the streets?

    Skinny Legs and All

  • She hadn't counted on the vagrancies of the road, however, and she landed in Seattle, where she was forced to modify her eye game to accommodate hissing curtains of rain.

    Skinny Legs and All

  • He was saying simply that the vagrancies and violence of nature must be brought back into the foreground of social and political consciousness, that they have got to be embraced in any meaningful psychic renewal.

    Even Cowgirls Get The Blues

  • Scarcely had he recovered the shock of being ran away with by my aunt, before, terminating for ever his vagrancies, he was ran through by my uncle.

    The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 14, No. 379, July 4, 1829

  • Old vagrancies awoke, and he resolved that, dearly as he loved his house, he would not enter it again till dawn.

    The Longest Journey

  • In their very vagrancies there was no sport; they came round me and round, thicker and faster and swifter, swarming over my head, crawling over my right arm, which was outstretched in involuntary command against all evil beings.

    The Haunted and the Haunters: Or the House and the Brain

  • Her truancies and vagrancies concerned them not: she was a law to herself, like the birds and squirrels.

    Openings in the Old Trail

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