Thesaurus / maunder
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And while they maunder along they stifle the forces of life which are trying to break through.
A PREFACE TO POLITICSWALTER LIPPMANN
On this point Maunder adds:—“If this be a mere chance coincidence, it seems to me a most extraordinary one.”
THE STORY OF ECLIPSESGEORGE CHAMBERS
Though of course—Oh, how one does maunder on and to think, to think of the people who are really poor.
HOWARDS ENDE. M. FORSTER
Apian continued to maunder over the Ptolemaic theory and astrology in his lecture-room.
HISTORY OF THE WARFARE OF SCIENCE WITH THEOLOGY IN CHRISTENDOMANDREW DICKSON WHITE
Maunder regarded his results as demonstrating that magnetic disturbances originate in the sun.
In a later paper Maunder reached similar results for magnetic storms at Greenwich from 1848 to 1881.
It makes me maunder up an' deawn, like a gonnor wi' a nail in it's yed.
The party were in sore dismay, for the interesting patient had begun to maunder very preposterously in his talk.
THE TENANTS OF MALORYJOSEPH SHERIDAN LE FANU
Maunder pricked up her ears, actually almost, as well as figuratively.
ANTONY GRAY,--GARDENERLESLIE MOORE
I hate to hear him maunder on about imagination, while he leaves his tenantry to take their chance.
HEARTSEASECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
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