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Adjective
Able to move under own power
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“The Walking Street Committee followed city hall's lead and put the persistent problem of wandering elephants in Pattaya as one of the hot topics discussed at their monthly meeting.”
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Digressing from subject to subject
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Capable of being transported
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Digressing from subject to subject
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Not going in a direct course or line
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Characterized by incongruity in shape or form
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Departing from an accepted standard
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Tramping
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Tending to not remember
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Not directed
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Irregular or unpredictable
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Occurring occasionally and at irregular intervals
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Lacking direction
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Showing or feeling insecurity or uncertainty
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In an acutely disturbed state of mind characterized by restlessness, illusions, and incoherence
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Off the path or right direction
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Without purpose, direction, or guidance
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Unable to be found
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A movement of animals or people from one region to another
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A journey, especially over long distances
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A departure from the subject, course, or idea at hand
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Long-windedness, an excess of words
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The way a living thing acts in a particular environment
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Different from that expected
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A way or course taken in getting from a starting point to a destination
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A change or development
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Present participle for to walk or move in a leisurely or aimless way
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“Arthur Morgan would wander around the town of Valentine, greeting the folks as he passed.”
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Present participle for to move slowly away from a fixed point or place
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“The revelers would then wander off to enjoy the happy, hippy vibe of the summer day.”
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Present participle for to stray or lose one's way
“Our pet dog would wander the second we took our eyes off her.”
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Present participle for to get sidetracked from a subject
“The speaker would begin to wander into subjects related to his own personal experience.”
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Present participle for to lose one's concentration
“The lecture was incredibly boring, and my mind could not help but wander.”
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(of a road or river) Present participle for to wind, twist or meander
“We followed the narrow road that would wander along the coast.”
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Present participle for to commit an offense or act of immorality
“Absolute power tends to corrupt, causing many to wander from what is right and just.”
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Present participle for to be unfaithful to one's spouse or partner
“She trusted her loving husband to never wander.”
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Present participle for to speak incoherently
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“His knowledge is impeccable, yet he has a tendency to wander with his words.”
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Present participle for to travel, usually with some measurable distance
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Present participle for to move over or back and forth over
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Present participle for to engage in a journey for purposes of discovery
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Present participle for enter someone's land or property without permission
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Present participle for to move stealthily or warily
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Present participle for to move continuously or freely through a closed system or area
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Present participle for to talk in a loud and aggressive way
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