IPA: vˈeɪgɝi


  • An erratic, unpredictable occurrence or action.
  • Something vague.
  • An impulsive or illogical desire; a caprice or whim.

Examples of "vagary" in Sentences

  • Only God knows the vagary.
  • No one can expect the vagary.
  • He has an ability to sense vagary.
  • No one is responsible for the vagary.
  • The vagary begins randomly and unexpectedly.
  • This is the vagary and a fate of the country.
  • The vagary begins at the top of the guideline.
  • In real world, it is hard to predict the vagary.
  • They are using vagary that may not be fair to the person.
  • His surname changes to Peyten and then Peyton, which is the vagary of the census-taker, not John.
  • He can call them “simple” tests, but this kind of vagary is far from simple to implement into a budget.
  • Nobody seems interested in destroying, once and for all, the vicious circle in which this "vagary" of international fraud entraps us.
  • For there is no such thing as a naturally occurring "vagary" that we cannot tackle effectively with the fund of techniques to which all societies and all generations have contributed.
  • Given the perpetual fear/reward roller coaster of his world, Cheswick has committed his real but misguided passion to a fight which, by virtue of its vagary and volatility, can only end in his defeat.

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