errant[ er-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF errant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ERRANT
"True, sir," said I in perfunctory acknowledgment, but with errant thoughts.
Usually, I have discovered the errant one—with the help of my guards, of course.
Their figures, unfixed in the abyss, have been shifted like errant sands of Earth.
Burns smiled as a king might upon a young knight seeking an errant.
Occasionally some flame would come in pursuit of her errant swain.
You must not presume to say that, because I confide to you all my errant thoughts.
And it is no cheap impunity that he faces in his errant hardihood.
Not that errant light which has misled you, but I, will be your guide.
Yet could I not come to speech of hym, but lost my errant with his cheefe men.
All the Stewarts had errant souls, and they loved to wander their kingdom through.