drifting

[ US /ˈdɹɪftɪŋ/ ]
[ UK /dɹˈɪftɪŋ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another
    vagrant hippies of the sixties
    the floating population
    a drifting double-dealer
NOUN
  1. aimless wandering from place to place
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How To Use drifting In A Sentence

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  • I was madly scrambling into my drysuit while Bill got the details from the divers, who had been drifting with this group for an hour or so.
  • a drifting double-dealer
  • Instead, his dull eyes flicked disinterestedly from ice house to ice house, noting the plume of smoke drifting from each.
  • Meanwhile, the brownish-blackish gunk is drifting along the coast to the northeast, Brower said. The Lovecraft News Network
  • More and more men were transformed by the mutating power of the great clouds of Chaos magic drifting from the poles.
  • The breeze drifting through my window is warm, and somewhere I hear a bird crying over the water.
  • He was severely concussed and drifting in and out of consciousness.
  • The firewood, soaked in oil, blazed up immediately, and his boat became a beacon of flame, drifting downstream towards Lake Tallian.
  • Domestic policy is drifting leftward, but there are sharp limits on how far it will go.
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