Prepositions after "wander"

wander through, around, into, in or from?

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In 18% of cases wander through is used

Let's take a wee wander through its running order.

Wander through the pages, and discover the journey.

We wander through the church and admire the mosaics and murals.

I keep my secrets And I wander Through the day, She watches me And I pretend I don't see.

They wandered through the country everywhere hating and undermining the Christian faith.

You'll pass first-class visitor attractions and wander through the city's famous ' closes '.

In Montreal, I wandered through familiar parks, cafes and streets, this year, knowing my heart was anchored at home.

One can spend many idle hours and days just wandering through the fascinating labyrinth of narrow streets and alleyways.

Restless and anxious, Apcides consumed the day in wandering through the most sequestered walks in the vicinity of the city.

We invite you to wander through this bazaar and click on our member's links and look at the various pages and exotic photographs.

In 16% of cases wander around is used

The salesperson wandering around the lot spotted my grandmother.

After a time, I moved off and wandered around the bustling Kigoma market.

The boy running the show now is wandering around the WH wondering why everyone is mad at him.

But it does break my heart wandering around the kennels, looking at all those expectant faces.

We spent the afternoon wandering around a bit and then sat and read at Queens Gardens for a while.

The pictures are gorgeous, and wandering around the grounds always gives a sense of wonder and awe.

He's a version of the guy that everyone knows who's wandering around the town, muttering to himself.

Don't laugh, but I have been wandering around Wikipedia's political portal in a kind of shopping spree.

I also wandered around several blogs ' posts, not reading every one fully, but certainly skimming many ideas.

If the cold doesn't bother you then wandering around the streets of New York is by far the best way to see the city.

In 15% of cases wander into is used

They wander into backyards, looking for food.

But first he wandered into the Broadsword for a pint of the local brew.

Bill wandered into the club one night for want of something better to do.

Crushed by his failure, Marcus Mosiah Garvey wandered into the tabernacle church of.

You wander into a mountain-sized freezer where they have built a ski slope with real snow.

If you do opt for this, you are of course at liberty to simply wander into town from your hotel on your own.

The women leapt into the water after three-year-old Salmeen Hadef Salem, who had wandered into the hotel's adult pool.

My mind wandered into some pretty dark places, and though uncomfortable at times, I isolated areas of my life that need attention.

He obeyed no more vicious dictates when he wandered into the dissipations of his time, than the exhilarating voices of youth and health.

She's not a fishing dog but that's mostly cause the places I fish I couldn't let her roam free lest she wander into the street or someone's yard.

In 11% of cases wander in is used

Zaphod wandered in frustration among the hulks.

But my mind was left wandering in the amazing Sahyadris.

That is of course after 30 minutes wandering in a confusion.

He loved to wander in the fields, looking at plants and animals.

Do I worry he'll wander in the street if I don't hold his hand? Yes.

The celestial bodies wandering in space could pose a serious threat to the Earth.

I was a silent, removed, isolated person, wandering in the night for hours -- I was comfortable with myself.

And the year after that - there will be thousand peoples wandering in every direction with flags and everything.

Like any other prime cities wandering in late nights alone or with a small group of people can also prove devastating.

So severe was the shock that she wanders in her talk but there is little doubt that she will be in good condition within a day or two.

In 6% of cases wander from is used

I may be wandering from the point.

The Jews have wandered from divine religion.

Do not wander from subject to subject while answering a question.

We must hinder our spirits wandering from Him on all occasions.

But I assure him that I do not mean to wander from the question before us to any great distance or for any long time.

I worshipped Him the oftenest I could, keeping my mind in His holy presence and recalling it as often as I found it wandered from Him.

It never failed except when Brother Lawrence's thoughts had wandered from a sense of God's Presence, or he forgot to ask His assistance.

We must work faithfully without trouble or disquiet, recalling our mind to God mildly and with tranquillity as often as we find it wandering from Him.

Here thoughts may seem to wander from one subject to another where the original thought is quickly lost and the process may feel as if these thoughts are becoming indistinct or hazy.

If, at any time, my thoughts wander from it from necessity or infirmity, I am presently recalled by inward emotions so charming and delicious that I can not find words to describe them.

In 4% of cases wander to is used

When the next year rolls around, I often find my thoughts wandering to the past year.

Presently her eye wandered to the other, and she was surprised to recognise in him a certain Mr.

Amo 4:8 So two or three cities wandered to one city to drink water, but they were not satisfied; yet you have not returned to Me, says Jehovah.

In 3% of cases wander across is used

TheMysteriousGirlPie wanders across a wide variety of networks, carrying scraps of ideas and perspectives with her.

At the best of times, pedestrians seem to wander across cycle lanes randomly and I think most cyclists are alert to avoid them.

Constantly, I felt flabbergasted at the surprising people, both familiar and unfamiliar, who wandered across the book's pages and at where the stories took us.

In 3% of cases wander about is used

NB the pigs which wander about these parts turning up the earth and heaping up ashes etc.

I wandered about town questioning everybody, boring everybody, and finding out that nobody knew anything.

Although wandering about this ancient village from restaurant to pub is an enchanting pastime, you might want something a little more energetic.

In 2% of cases wander up is used

Eventually he gave up and wandered up to the bridge.

However, there were wide variations -- from a minimum reported no mind wandering up to a maximum of 92 percent of the time.

In 2% of cases wander for is used

People wander for greatness, people steal greatness, yet people are unhappy -still greedy for more greatness.

In 2% of cases wander away is used

She was upset as she realised one of the young boys had wandered away from his group when she was setting up a drill for the kids.

The gentle, rhythmical text describes how a little girl named Leah wanders away from her home and her napping father towards an iceberg in the bay.

In 2% of cases wander round is used

So now you've wandered round the kitchen for lunch not eating anything, it's time to hit the gym.

I should make it clear the fire happened in the middle of the night -- she doesn't usually wander round the house naked.

In April this year, we found they had dispersed from their pack and they've been wandering round the conservancy ever since.

Perhaps as a follow-up educational experience you'd like to try wandering round the Olympic village in a Pepsi T-shirt and see what happens.

In 2% of cases wander off is used

Remember, I Jesus Christ, will never allow My Sacred Servants to wander off the Path of Truth.

They remember the Viking who wandered off course, under the hazelnut tree hating aloud all he'd done.

Her character is called Lix Storm and she is heaven, in spite of sounding like she accidentally wandered off the set of X Men.

Our mission is to lead hungry souls from around the world to wander off the beaten path and taste some of Hong Kong's favorite foods.

In 2% of cases wander on is used

He was a man who made unlikely connections: Among them brandy and milk, his medicine of choice as he wandered on his own daily Homeric odyssey.

In 1% of cases wander between is used

It is interesting to see how the mind wanders between the plate and the lip.

With no decent solutions, my mind wanders between sadness and madness, between reality and the despair induced therein.

In 1% of cases wander along is used

Dinner at Bellagio Cafe Wednesday, April 26th More last minute shopping in the morning - we wandered along the small streets off HuaiHaiLu.

In 1% of cases wander over is used

After the B-17 wandered over an enemy airfield, a German pilot named Franz Steigler was ordered to take off and shoot down the B-17.

The Neolithic period comes next; and it is rather startling to learn that, in those roaring days, the woolly rhinoceros wandered over the land.

In 1% of cases wander out is used

In all probability, he wanders out of the northern side of the park towards Balangoda and the Hambegamuwa region.

In 1% of cases wander onto is used

Before breakfast, I wandered onto the highway to capture some scenery.

Plus, with construction starting soon, Kristin wants to start training the villagers not to wander onto the project site for their safety.

Shortly after the author's arrival at the Mai Mai camp, General Janvier's men paraded around two of their prisoners -- Congolese government troops who'd wandered onto their turf.

In 1% of cases wander near is used

When I was young, thin, and blond I would chat up just about anything female that wandered near me.

In 1% of cases wander among is used

They will tend graves, hold services and wander among derelict former plantations, where some of the older ones once lived.

In 1% of cases wander at is used

These dogs being PEOPLE 'S PETS who wander at night and form packs with the local wild population.

In 1% of cases wander during is used

I find my mind wandering during it, to the extent that I began to miss relevant plot details.

You may notice your baby's attention wanders during his feeds as he is distracted by his surroundings.

In 1% of cases wander down is used

After my book signing I wandered down a lane by St.

She wanders down a street, overshadowed by a huge fish that floats above her.

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