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wayward

adjective
 
 
/ˈweɪ.wəd/ US  /-wɚd/ old-fashioned
(especially of a person's behaviour) often changing, selfish and difficult to control
(尤指某人的行为)反复无常的,任性的,难以管束的
Uncontrolled
waywardness
 
 
/ˈweɪ.wəd.nəs/ US  /-wɚd-/ noun [U]
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