Hindi translation of 'wayward'
wayward /ˈweɪwəd ˈवेइवड्/
A wayward person is likely to change suddenly, and is therefore difficult to control.
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Only Kimo smiled with open admiration, still eager to be impressed by Dr Barbara and her wayward temper.Rushing to Paradise
They will not sink, lade them as you will; but they are wayward if mishandled.THE LORD OF THE RINGS (2004)
The interior of the Byrd House, in contrast to the wayward exterior, was almost shockingly conventional.Death of a Nymph
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Translation of wayward from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary