Vágrant. adj. Wandering; unsettled; vagabond; unfixed in place.
Do not oppose popular mistakes and surmises, or vagrant and fictitious stories. More's Divine Dialogues.
Take good heed what men will think and say;
That beauteous Emma vagrant courses took,
Her father's house, and civil life forsook. Prior.
Her lips no living bard, I weet,
May say how red, how round, how sweet;
Old Homer could only indite
Their vagrant grace, and soft delight:
They stand recorded in his book,
When Helen smil'd, and Hebe spoke. Prior.