Definitions for vagrantly
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a person who wanders about idly and has no permanent home or employment; vagabond.
Law. an idle person without visible means of support, as a tramp or beggar.
a person who wanders from place to place; wanderer; rover.
(adj.)wandering or roaming from place to place.
of or characteristic of a vagrant.
wandering idly without a permanent home or employment:
(of plants) straggling in growth.
not fixed or settled, esp. in course:
a vagrant leaf blown by the wind.
Origin of vagrant:
1400–50; late ME vagaraunt, appar. prp. of AF *vagrer, perh. < ME *vagren, b. vagen (< L vagārī to wander) and *walcren (> OF wa(u)crer), freq. der. of walk
In a vagrant manner.
in a vagrant manner