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- adj. That which wanders.
- n. Travelling with no preset route; roaming.
- n. Irregular turning of the eyes.
- n. Aimless thought.
- n. Straying from a desired path.
- n. Disordered speech or delirium.
- v. Present participle of wander.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- a. & n. from wander, v.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Roving; roam ing; pursuing no fixed course, plan, or object; unsettled: as, a wandering spirit; wandering habits; a wandering minstrel.
- A plant-name: The beefsteak- or strawberry-geranium, Saxifraga sarmentosa; locally, the Kenilworth ivy, Linaria Cymbalaria. One of two or three house-plants, as Zebrina pendula (Trades-cantia zebrina), which are planted in baskets or vessels of water, whence they spread in a straggling fashion. Z. pendula has lance-ovate or oblong leaves which are crim son beneath and green or purplish above, with two broad silvery stripes. Another sort has bright green leaves.
- n. The act of one who wanders; a ramble or peregrination; a journeying hither and thither.
- n. A straying away, as from one's home or the right way; a deviation or digression in any way or from any course: as, the wandering of the thoughts; a wandering from duty.
- n. Incoherence of speech; raving; delirium.
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- adj. migratory
- adj. of a path e.g.
- n. travelling about without any clear destination
- adj. having no fixed course
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