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vagary (s) (noun), vagaries (pl)
1. An unpredictable or eccentric change, action, or idea: People must learn to live with the vagaries of weather conditions.
2. A wild or fanciful notion or act; a whim: Joe had a sudden vagary that influenced his decision to move to Australia.
3. Etymology: from Latin vagari "to wander, to stroll about, to roam," from vagus "roving, wandering."
An unexpected or odd conduct or behavior.
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A strange action or notion.
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An eccentric manifestation or action.
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A wild, crazy, or abnormal idea, action, or behavior. (2)