waver (in opinion); fluctuate; sway to and fro; N. vacillation
His tendency to vacillate makes him a poor leader.
empty; lacking in ideas; inane; stupid; Ex. vacuous expression; N. vacuity
The vacuous remarks of the politician annoyed the audience, who had hoped to hear more than empty platitudes.
wanderer (without a permanent home); tramp
He had lived as a vagabond, begging for food
James Bond the spy, does not live at one permanent place and is always seen wandering all over the world.
capricious happening; caprice; whim; CF. wander
She followed every vagary of fashion; The vagaries of weather
Vagary of Vague things. Vagary of agary vagary thing
He tried to study, but could not collect his vagrant thoughts
full of self-admiration; conceited; without result; unsuccessful; N. vanity
boastful; excessively conceited; N. vainglory: great vanity
She was a vainglorious and arrogant individual
Vain + Glorious All glorious achievements of Vainglorious are in vain as he always boast about them