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  • noun Plural form of maundering.

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Examples

  • One of the old servants whose age entitled his maunderings to respect among his superstitious fellows had, thereupon, prophesied that the new-born babe would end its life by violence.

    The Son of Clemenceau

  • Unbeknownst to me, he published them, an act that put me on the path to becoming an institution: I am read (in small numbers) all over the world (thanks to Dreamagic guru Willy Chaplin); my maunderings are available in book form; I write a twice-monthly newsletter; I teach a class purporting to orient newcomers to the wonders of Oaxaca; and I bear with little ill will beyond a wince or two, my friends 'teasing label of "Mr. Oaxaca" (ugh!).

    And now for something a little different

  • "Will you sign the articles to that?" the Jew demanded, cutting in on the ancient's maunderings.

    CHAPTER IX

  • Andrew Motion talked to her – she had burned them but had the occasional look – and they were the most ghastly, dreary, pornographic maunderings, but in some ways are we not entitled to know about them?

    Posthumous pop: the stars who keep on selling

  • Daughtry got from him, and nothing else did he get save maunderings and ravings about the heat of the longboat and the treasure a fathom deep under the sand.

    CHAPTER X

  • He had eaten too much, and, with hands clasped on his paunch, the fingers interlaced, he resumed his maunderings.

    Page 6

  • " As he says, " Lenny kept encouraging me to come up with these maunderings.

    The Other Odd Couple

  • It's called "EnterBrainment" and is my usual thinks-too-much maunderings, except this time, unrepentantly, about the trashiest trash trash.

    SeeLight:

  • It's called "EnterBrainment" and is my usual thinks-too-much maunderings, except this time, unrepentantly, about the trashiest trash trash.

    My Entertainment Blog!

  • Perhaps I might have felt differently if I were 14, but I was all but incapable of attending to the puerile maunderings of Billie Joe Armstrong, Green Day's lyricist, of which the following specimens are representative:

    Size Matters

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