Vague. adj. [vague, Fr. vagus, Latin.]
- Wandering; vagrant; vagabond.
Gray encouraged his men to set upon the vague villains, good neither to live peaceably, nor to fight. Hayward.
- Unfixed; unsettled; undetermined; indefinite.
The perception of being, or not being, belongs no more to these vague ideas, signified by the terms, whatsoever and thing, than it does to any other ideas. Locke.