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Vagary/Vagaries


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Vagary is a Noun

It originates from the Latin word vagus

Meaning: An unexpected sudden change (in a condition or action) that cannot be
explained, a whimsical idea or a notion. Vagaries can also be described as Discrepancies

Plural form Vagaries is more commonly used


Sample Usage

1. It is difficult for Ramesh to cope up with the vagaries of his wife's temperament.

2. It is sad that agriculture in our country is still dependent upon the vagaries of nature.

3. The residents of Mumbai are used to the vagaries of monsoon.


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