meander[ mee-an-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF meander
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But I must meander back to town, and let the boys know you're in possession, safe and sound.
Familiar with the meander of the bank below the ford, he saw what had happened.
All this the officer tells us as we meander across the smooth water.
He thinks that it may have been the origin of the Greek fret or meander pattern.
This is more imperative with the meander Swastika than with the normal.
But the most interesting feature in this belt is the meander or fret pattern.
I suspect this is largely the case in the meander and scroll patterns.
Not to meander, myself, at present, I will go back to my birth.
He did not see how such a large river could meander around so much.
Not to meander myself, at present, I will go back to my birth.