Thesaurus / meandering
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Minarets of mosques stood up like giant lamp-posts along these vast, meandering streets.

This was but meandering while waiting for ideas, and evoked another yell.

PenrodBooth Tarkington

Many a meandering discourse one hears, in which the preacher aims at nothing, and—hits it.

A meandering little brook criss-crossed the gravel path under Lee's feet.

The BrainAlexander Blade

Meandering along by its mighty brother, unseen on the other side, there is another river, running at a lower level.

Forty Thousand Miles Over Land and WaterLady (Ethel Gwendoline [Moffatt]) Vincent

Agatha laughed at the word; "meandering" seemed so perfectly expressive of Duke Dugdale.

Agatha's HusbandDinah Maria Craik (AKA: Dinah Maria Mulock)

The walls of the lower end of Stillwater Canyon are very beautifully curved, as the river sweeps in its meandering course.

These are rude figures of idols, and meandering lines that have no significance.

He lay and saw pleasant meadows with meandering streams, and clusters of rich fruit that courted the hand and melted in the mouth.

A SimpletonCharles Reade

On the left, long reaches of the Po, meandering through pasturages and vineyards, gleamed out golden in the western sun.

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