from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- intransitive verb To proceed on or along; go.
- intransitive verb To go one's way; proceed.
from The Century Dictionary.
- l. To turn; change.
- To direct (one's way or course); proceed upon.
- l. To turn; make a turn; go round; veer.
- To take one's way or course; proceed; go.
- To pass away; disappear; depart; vanish.
- noun Obsolete preterits of ween.
- noun A name applied in early times by the Germans to their Slavic neighbors.
- noun A member of a branch of the Slavic race dwelling in Lusatia: same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- intransitive verb To go; to pass; to betake one's self.
- intransitive verb obsolete To turn round.
- noun (O. Eng. Law), obsolete A large extent of ground; a perambulation; a circuit.
- p. p. of
- transitive verb To direct; to betake; -- used chiefly in the phrase to
wend one's way. Also used reflexively.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- verb transitive, obsolete To
- verb transitive To
direct(one's way or course); pursueone's way; proceedupon some courseor way.
- verb intransitive, obsolete To turn; make a turn; go round;
- verb intransitive, obsolete To
pass away; disappear; depart; vanish.
- noun obsolete, UK, law A large
extentof ground; a perambulation; a circuit.
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- verb direct one's course or way
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
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Economic stimulus money is just starting to wend its way here, and Obama has not tackled broad healthcare reform, a critical campaign promise for a region with one of the highest rates of uninsured people in the country.
You may never have heard of it, but this statute enabled 15 presidents to take swift action to protect Americans' lands when they were in jeopardy, without waiting for legislation to wend its way through Congress.
First, the radical transformation of the US economy, by whatever means necessary, then it will take years for all the constitutional challenges to wend their way through the judicial labyrinth.
For the most part, however, readers are left to wend their way through an often beguiling maze of digression, reminiscence, yakety-yak erudition and occasional unreliability.
As evening approaches, we wend our way back home, to supper, bath and bedtime stories.
Most drivers that wend their way down the north side of the River Thames in West London will barely have noticed them.
Though many of the lawyers stopped attending after Mr. Rifaat barred television cameras from the courtroom the following week, there are still more than 80 prosecuting attorneys working on the case who are trying to wend their way through the complex charges against the 10 defendants.
The heat and air condition requirements vary between galleries, so visitors wend through different temperature zones, time periods and continents until they arrive at the exhibit's opening image: a shimmering white gown constructed out of razor clam shells juxtaposed with a blood-red dress with a bodice made of dyed microscope slides and ostrich feathers.
"I leave them that way because it reminds me of my father," he says while we wend our way through levels of interior spaces suffused with a subaqueous light that filters through the Maison's famous glass-brick facade and spreads across the ivory rubberized floor.
Today's court hearing is an early step in the case against Jared Loughner that could take years to wend its way through the criminal justice system.