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Vagary is the Shakespearean Word of the Day (12/02/14)

Vagary (n.)

Vagary means wandering, displacement, roaming about. Vagary is cited in Shakespeare’s The Two Noble Kinsmen (TNK IV.iii.72) The Doctor says to Gaoler and Wooer about Gaoler’s daughter: “her senses are now in a most extravagant vagary. 9 more words


Playing on a Word: Noble

“O, youth of the noble birthright, carry on.”
-Carry On (Hymn #255)

“A noble person attracts noble people, and knows how to hold on to them.” 58 more words

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