Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of meander.
  • adjective winding or rambling
  • noun An instance or period or roaming.

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  • adjective of a path e.g.

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Examples

  • He gets away with meandering from the mystery plot

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  • The moral of all this meandering is this: computers and connectivity have gotten to be important, as you say, in most professions.

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  • And meandering from the Greek river which winds all over the place.

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  • There was one large water-hole and a succession of small ones, connected by water-courses, now dry, and meandering from a gully, which on the eastern side broke the hill against which Moongarr head-station was built.

    Lady Bridget in the Never-Never Land

  • Fortunately, the meandering is often redeemed by Sittenfeld’s ability to evoke surprising details and fresh perspectives.

    Finds and flops

  • Fortunately, the meandering is often redeemed by Sittenfeld’s ability to evoke surprising details and fresh perspectives.

    Finds and flops

  • It is more often characterized by meandering incremental steps designed to make problems less bad rather than "solve" them.

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  • Music was once an expression meandering through the myriad tributaries of the depths of the human soul.

    Asian

  • "It's kind of meandering," said Ralph Preston, market analyst with Heritage West Financial.

    Gold Meanders to a Small Gain

  • Ron Broglio's audiocast and essay on Wordsworth, for example, draw heavily on Deleuze's work with Guattari, emphasizing the ways in which their approach to "meandering" and

    Introduction

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