The Word of the Day is ERRANT
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FORMAL•HUMOROUSerring or straying from the accepted course or standards.“an errant husband coming back from a night on the tiles”
synonyms: offending, guilty, culpable, misbehaving, delinquent, lawless, lawbreaking, criminal, transgressing, aberrant, deviant, erring, sinning; More
ARCHAIC•LITERARYtravelling in search of adventure.“that same lady errant”
synonyms: travelling, wandering, itinerant, journeying, rambling, roaming, roving, drifting, floating, wayfaring, voyaging, touring; More
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The Word of the Day is Errant,
I hope you enjoy using this old fashioned word in a story or a poem. Click on the link to the original word of the day post to see the dictionary definition of it.
Have fun. 🙂
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