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  • So as neither of them were particularly pressed for time, as it happened, and the temperature refreshing since it cleared up after the recent visitation of Jupiter Pluvius, they dandered along past by where the empty vehicle was waiting without a fare or a jarvey.

    Ulysses

  • When I dandered doon the yaird to get a breath o 'fresh air, efter I shut the shop, here's him tumblin' catmas, an 'stanin' on his heid i 'the middle o' the green, gien Nathan an 'twa or three ither loons coosies!

    My Man Sandy

  • So as neither of them were particularly pressed for time, as it happened, and the temperature refreshing since it cleared up after the recent visitation of Jupiter Pluvius, they dandered along past by where the empty vehicle was waiting without a fare or a jarvey.

    Ulysses

  • So, having fetched his stick and locked the house-door behind him, he dandered down towards the Quay.

    Nicky-Nan, Reservist

  • The men just dandered away their time and their money, fell into declines, or had fits and went out like the snuff of a candle.

    Two Sides of the Face Midwinter Tales

  • But -- though, when they got the chance, they went willingly three times to the kirk -- there were young men in the community so flighty that, instead of dozing at home on Saturday night, they dandered casually into the square, and, forming into knots at the corners, talked solemnly and mysteriously of women.

    Auld Licht Idyls

  • It was a fighting club, and on Friday nights the few respectable, God-fearing members dandered to the town-house, as if merely curious to have another look at the building.

    Auld Licht Idyls

  • Then Hendry dandered in to change his coat deliberately, and when the three of us set off, we left Jess with her eye on the door by which

    A Window in Thrums

  • It was a fighting club, and on Friday nights the few respectable, god-fearing members dandered to the town-house, as if merely curious to have another look at the building.

    Auld Licht Idylls

  • But -- though, when they got the chance, they went willingly three times to the kirk -- there were young men in the community so flighty that, instead of dozing at home on Saturday night, they dandered casually into the square, and, forming into knots at the corners, talked solemnly and mysteriously of women.

    Auld Licht Idylls

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