vagous (comparative more vagous, superlative most vagous)
- (obsolete) Wandering; unsettled.
- 1726, John Ayliffe:
- But such as were born and begot of a single Woman, through a vagous Lust, […]
- 1722, Luke Milbourne, A Legacy to the Church of England
- […] who dared to examine their Ways by the Law and by the Testimony when the Reformation of an apparent Error was censur'd as a Practice Heretical and damnable, and all under Pretence of a vagous and uncertain Infallibility […]
- 1841(?), The American Quarterly Register, volumes 13-14, page 47:
- For tho' They discountenance a Vagous Ministry; I presume they only mean in those Parts of the World, where the People are Christianized and Churches gathered.
- vagous in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary, G. & C. Merriam, 1913