Thesaurus / meander

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Next to which there was upon it a meander of a cubit in height; it was composed of stones of all sorts of colors.

We go out for a drive, and alight from the carriage in the poplar grove, to meander in its shades, along its streams.

The Book of KhalidAmeen Rihani

Below is a waste of mud, through which meander a few inches of thick brown water.

The outer band exhibits a very curious combination of features, the whole figure, however, being based upon the meander.

Mong knew that the Meander stage would leave for Comanche at eight in the morning, or two hours before the drawing began.

Claim Number OneGeorge W. (George Washington) Ogden

Come on now; let's meander on down town and look at the church.

But the most interesting feature in this belt is the meander or fret pattern.

Evolution in ArtAlfred C. Haddon

Three have the ends bent (at right angles) four times, making a meander form, while two make only one bend.

The SwastikaThomas Wilson

The clothiers of Meander had fitted Slavens out with a very good serge suit.

Claim Number OneGeorge W. (George Washington) Ogden

“All of the names of those who register will be taken to Meander when the registration closes,” explained Horace.

Claim Number OneGeorge W. (George Washington) Ogden

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