Thesaurus / wandering
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When psychologists do that, they find that mind-wandering is staggeringly frequent.

Mind-wandering is often considered a harmless quirk, as in the cliché of the scatter-brained professor.

Similar to playing and dreaming is the wandering of our minds.

At times, from far up the moorland comes down even the strange cry of a buzzard, or the croak of a wandering raven.

In the West CountryFrancis A. Knight

After wandering about for some time, he took up his residence in Charleston, where he amassed a splendid fortune.

Alonzo and MelissaDaniel Jackson, Jr.

Who knows where he may be wandering as a beggar among people who speak another tongue?

Wandering hither and thither at hazard, he found himself in the great gallery devoted to Egyptian stone objects and sculpture.

Gradually the great mountains at the head of the lake freed themselves from the last wandering cloud-wreaths.

Lady Rose's DaughterMrs. Humphry Ward

They always thought me wandering in mind after my fall in the pine woods.

Maid SallyHarriet A. Cheever

I see quick gleams of wandering lights among the trees—I hear a distant shout!

Monsieur MauriceAmelia B. Edwards

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