Errant (adj)

Here is a context clues worksheet on the adjective errant. You may know it means: “a : straying outside the proper path or bounds <an ~ calf>  b : moving about aimlessly or irregularly <an ~ breeze>  c : behaving wrongly <an ~ child>  d : FALLIBLE,” (Merriam-Webster. Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, 11th Edition (Kindle Locations 143332-143334). Merriam-Webster, Inc.. Kindle Edition).

You can use it to say things like “As he is wont to do, at his professional development session the principal advanced an argument of errant nonsense.”

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