Definition of vagarious in English:

vagarious

Line breaks: va¦gari|ous
Pronunciation: /vəˈɡɛːrɪəs
 
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adjective

rare
Erratic and unpredictable in behaviour or direction: the vagarious behaviour of some particles
More example sentences
  • The emotional goal was to eliminate vagarious, capricious, out-of-touch control by the powerful past presidents.
  • It's a very vagarious server and sometimes returns a session timeout error, but most of the times you will download the files just fine.
  • The generalization capability of the self-organizing network can cope with vagarious operating conditions which have not been encountered during the training phase and hence a give correct classification result.

Origin

late 18th century (in the sense 'changing, inconstant'): from vagary + -ous.

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