VAGA’RY. n.s.

VAGA’RY. n.s. [from vagus, Latin.] A wild freak; a capri-
cious frolick.
They chang’d their minds,
Flew off, and into strange vagaries fell,
As they wou’d dance. Milton’s Par. Lost. b. vi. l. 613.
Would your son engage in some frolic, or take a vagary,
were it not better he should do it with, than without your
knowledge? Locke on Education, §97.

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