Also, I adore the devastating footnotes, wherein he eviscerates (decorously) his wayward predecessor, Andrew Field.
How about the man who created her—a lover of women who lived with a wife, his lover, their children, and a wayward librarian?
The book centers on the marriage between a wayward senator and his loyal spouse, and what sacrifices are required in such a life.
Thankfully it wasn't—and Stiller's also pleased not to have suffered through an episode with a wayward camera phone.
Around 2004, I began writing the memoirs of my wayward college years in the mid-1980s.
Even so it is with these wayward streams that course down the sides of Ingleborough.
But wayward children must, with all kindness, be flogged into obedience.
I was careful that she did not hear from me about the tricks of her wayward children.
It was proper that the severe mother should chastise her wayward child.
She was wayward, high tempered, sometimes appearing unreliable and almost unloving.