Definitions

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  • adv. In a vagrant manner.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adv. In a vagrant manner.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • In a vagrant, wandering, or unsettled manner.

Etymologies

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vagrant +‎ -ly

Examples

  • The footage of that horrible puppy mill owner who vagrantly (sp) disregards dip lables and practices her own form of vet practices makes me so spitting mad!

    A Rare Breed of Love (copy)

  • But Baby Warren wanted to talk to Dick, wanted to talk to him with the impetus that sent her out vagrantly toward all new men, as though she were on an inelastic tether and considered that she might as well get to the end of it as soon as possible.

    Tender is the Night

  • Janie caught her breath, vagrantly amused by his irony but too on edge to smile.

    A Girl Possessed

  • Further, every field boasted trees, self-planted, sprung from chance seed vagrantly cast.

    Dishes & Beverages of the Old South

  • The dining-room was sweet with the perfume of flowers, and soft strains of music stole vagrantly about its high arching pillars, mingling with the chatter of lovely women and of men to whom expense was no consideration.

    Dennison Grant: a Novel of To-day

  • At the time when Scarry had been prevalent in the mining camps thereabout -- when, as the editor of the _Hurdy Herald_ would have phrased it, she was "in the plenitude of her power" -- Mr. Doman's fortunes had been at a low ebb, and he had led the vagrantly laborious life of a prospector.

    The Collected Works of Ambrose Bierce — Volume 2: In the Midst of Life: Tales of Soldiers and Civilians

  • I listened silently, with tears almost ready at my eyes, but with thoughts vagrantly straying from his words to the garden outside.

    In the Valley

  • Where she had really thought instead of flippantly tapping at the doors of thought, or crying vagrantly for an echo, his firm footing in the region thrilled her; and where she had felt deeper than fancifully, his wise tenderness overwhelmed.

    The Tragic Comedians — Volume 1

  • "The actions by all seven of the Democratic candidates call into question their personal judgment and integrity as candidates, and they leave voters wondering how they can be trusted to decide cases based on the law when the vagrantly violate the laws governing how they should conduct their campaigns," said Kerns.

    TONY PHYRILLAS

  • Hossein Derakshan says, "I've launched my photoblog, titled" vagrantly. "

    Boing Boing: May 9, 2004 - May 15, 2004 Archives

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