Definition of waywardly in English:

waywardly

adverb

  • See wayward

    • ‘From still lifes to landscapes, graceful interiors to unwieldy allegorical scenes, his work is waywardly old-fashioned.’
    • ‘It is difficult to find in living memory another example of a head of state who has behaved so waywardly, with the possible exception many years ago of President Lumumba of The Congo.’
    • ‘On Friday, he had struck the ball as waywardly as any seasoned golf watcher could remember, despite telling us before the tournament that he was ‘in control of everything right now, and quite happy’.’
    • ‘With a performance like tonight's though, people should be wondering how long the star's fantasy world can exist when it keeps getting more waywardly scatty and sad by the day.’
    • ‘And the only fully fit fast bowler, James Prior, bowled waywardly in the first innings.’

Pronunciation

waywardly

/ˈweɪwədli/