variable; not easily controlled; changing, irregular; rebellious
\way"ward\ (?), a. [oe. weiward, for aweiward, i. e., turned away. see away, and -ward.] taking one's own way; disobedient; froward; perverse; willful. my wife is in a wayward mood. wayward beauty doth not fancy move. wilt thou forgive the wayward thought? -- way"ward*ly , adv. -- way"ward*ness , n.wayward
adj : resistant to guidance or discipline; "mary mary quite contrary"; "an obstinate child with a violent temper"; "a perverse mood"; "wayward behavior" [syn: contrary, obstinate, perverse]
Wayward is a 1932 American drama film directed by Edward Sloman and written by Lillian Day, Mateel Howe Farnham and Gladys Unger. The film stars Nancy Carroll, Richard Arlen, Pauline Frederick, John Litel, Margalo Gillmore and Burke Clarke. The film was released on February 19, 1932, by Paramount Pictures.
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1. resistant to guidance or discipline; "Mary Mary quite contrary"; "an obstinate child with a violent temper"; "a perverse mood"; "wayward behavior"
(synonym) contrary, obstinate, perverse
Taking one's own way; disobedient; froward; perverse; willful.
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