Someone who refuses to play by the rules. he/she isn't scared to cross the line of conformity. but their unorthodox tactics get results!
you want to watch out for that guy, he dosen't play by the rules-he's a maverick
by dan and ben November 22, 2003
Someone who doesn't follow others, they take their own path. If everybody chooses to go to the left, a maverick would go right.
An independent person who is smart- yet quite mysterious.
Kate is such a maverick she always takes different ways and has new ideas.
by 2338peace July 23, 2017
Some who is different and don't follow rules. Someone who write there own destination
"He is maverick"
by Gfhtghgfg December 28, 2017
1. Originally used by ranchers to signify an unbranded cow, mavericks were cattle/a cow that never ran with the pack.

See synonym at loner.

2. In common parlance in the western world to mean one who seems to 'float' between many friend circles, always bored or never satisfied by one clique.

3. Someone who doesn't follow.

See synonym at leader.
Guy 1: "Would you look at him? He has so many friends, and never seems to be around any of them"

Girl 1: "Yeah, he's kind of weird..."

Guy 2: "He's just a maverick"
by thelastmaverick September 30, 2006
Maverick the most amazing man walking this earth. Someone who is constantly patient and always has a smile to give. If you are lucky enough to have a Maverick in your life never let him go. He is smart and handsome and always thinking of you. He will always put you first not to mention he is a sex god. He's immediately your best friend and will treat you like a queen in such away only a true King could.
Maverick my king.
by WisdomWriter68 March 15, 2017
To be unique, or different. Break rules or don't listen to society.( Logan Paul's symbol and merch)
" Be a maverick, When they go right , we go left."
by Dazzle Dun October 5, 2017
One that refuses to abide by the dictates of or resists adherence to a group; a dissenter.
Ricardo is a maverick, he is different than everybody else, you know this!
by Lloyd Bridges October 14, 2005