unregenerate, restive, depraved, chaotic, impossible, babyish, petulant, balky, stubborn, hit-and-miss, self-indulgent, all over the place, obdurate, contrarious, adverse, rebel, flawed, cussed, untoward, disorganized, perverted, attitude, unstructured, addictive, froward, delinquent, ornery, clingy, constitutionally, refractory, adaptive, unrepentant, willful, incorrigible refractory, contumacious, unplanned, hasty, headstrong, born, badass, perverse, fractious, classy, recusant, reprobate, incompliant, incontrollable, obstinate, uncoordinated, support, flexible, obstreperous, difficult, wilful
capricious (part of speech: adjective)
impious (part of speech: adjective)
motiveless (part of speech: adjective)
capricious, careless, random, fleeting, fickle, flitting, ambivalent, impulsive, indecisive, sporadic, whimsical, irregular, fanciful, spastic, motiveless, flighty, volatile, chancy, nonsystematic, reasonless, systemless, unmethodical, wandering, rambling, adrift, haphazard, arbitrary
disobedient (part of speech: adjective)
disobeying, unruly, anarchistic, disloyal, undisciplined, mischievous, out of control, factious, traitorous, intractable, treacherous, disobedient, mutinous, disregardful, contrary, rebellious, nonconformist, seditious, subversive, treasonous, recalcitrant, insubordinate, ungovernable, defiant, misbehaving, unmanageable
- Paul did not immediately seek to re- establish control of this wayward spirit, but talked awhile lightly and sympathetically of her life and its trials. - "The Orchard of Tears", Sax Rohmer.
- Later, by wayward fancies led, For the wide world I panted; Out of the forest dark and dread Across the open fields I fled, Like one pursued and haunted. - "The Complete Poetical Works of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow", Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.
- I was not an ungenerous though a vain man; but my generosity was wayward, tainted, and imperfect. - "The Disowned, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.