1. turned or turning away from what is right or proper; willful; disobedient: a wayward son; wayward behavior.
2. swayed or prompted by caprice; capricious: a wayward impulse; to be wayward in one's affections.
3. turning or changing irregularly; irregular: a wayward breeze.
"people can be wayward on upsides."
"people can be wayward in lines."
"people can be wayward in lengths."
"people can be wayward."
"youths can be wayward."
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