waywardness

[ wey-werd ]SEE DEFINITION OF waywardness

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAYWARDNESS

She seemed to be incapable of wasting time or of waywardness.

No one else knew so well as he the immense power and the waywardness of the Mississippi.

Wandsworth High Street twists and winds with the waywardness of a river.

Allow me to delay my departure a few hours, dear waywardness!

Love, unconquered, unconquerable by human sin and waywardness.

What, wouldst turn on me with mine own waywardness, and cross me for being undutiful?

There is a waywardness in such an affection that formal man knows not of.

He did good work in his line, but nothing is more peculiar to the man than his waywardness.

Ever since we were boys I have liked you and befriended you, and borne with your waywardness.

And these most wonderful and providential beings their own waywardness had driven from them.

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