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vagrancy

noun va·gran·cy \ˈvā-grən(t)-sē\
plural va·gran·cies

Definition of VAGRANCY

1
:  vagary
2
:  the state or action of being vagrant
3
:  the offense of being a vagrant

Examples of VAGRANCY

  1. <a frequent victim to the vagrancies of the heart, she had a succession of passionate but short-lived romances>

First Known Use of VAGRANCY

1641

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