ERRANT

The Word of the Day is ERRANT

 

errant
/ˈɛr(ə)nt/
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adjective
  1. FORMALHUMOROUS
    erring or straying from the accepted course or standards.
    “an errant husband coming back from a night on the tiles”
    synonyms: offendingguiltyculpable, misbehaving, delinquentlawless, lawbreaking, criminal, transgressing, aberrantdevianterring, sinning; More

  2. ARCHAICLITERARY
    travelling in search of adventure.
    “that same lady errant”
    synonyms: travellingwanderingitinerant, journeying, ramblingroamingrovingdriftingfloatingwayfaring, voyaging, touring; More

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