1 > Left alone; stranded
2 > No longer inhabited
3 > Left desolate or empty | SYN: deserted.
4 > Free from constraint.
ETYM Old Eng. erraunt, errant, errand, equiv. to Eng. errant wandering, which was first applied to vagabonds, as an errant rogue, an errant thief, and hence passed gradually into its present and worse sense. Related to Errant. Without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers | SYN: complete, consummate, double-dyed, everlasting, gross, perfect, pure, sodding, stark, staring, thoroughgoing, utter. Downright; unmitigated; infamous.
Lacking respectability in character or behavior or appearance, not reputable.
ETYM Latin notorius pointing out, making known, from noscere, notum, to known: cf. French notoire. Related to Know. Generally known and talked of by the public; universally believed to be true; manifest to the world; evident; -- usually in an unfavorable sense.
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