Har"um-scar"um (?), a. [Cf. hare,v. t., and scare, v. t.]

Wild; giddy; flighty; rash; thoughtless.

[Colloq.]

They had a quarrel with Sir Thomas Newcome's own son, a harum-scarum lad. Thackeray.

 

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