How To Use Wander In A Sentence

  • There is grassland on the natural brae of Royal Garden, yellow and green, fighting with the autumn. In this grassland, an alley wanders forward, just like the traces from a big snake' creeping.
  • Sharon ignored them, and they wandered off to ask some other people if they had put on tephillin today. Archive 2007-01-01
  • The wandering wraiths, addicts and drunks that you see around town didn't just come about out of the blue - they were produced by the education system.
  • After we had waved everyone goodbye, the Gamekeeper wandered in to confer about concrete.
  • Marie has an active fantasy life, and the imaginings of the specter of her husband seem to be just the start of her mind's wandering.
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  • At this point, however, the quartet was wandering in a perfumed garden of psychedelic modishness, and all the better for it.
  • Wanderers want to forget the Villa disappointment and go into the Fulham game in good heart.
  • I'm just still in a daze, wandering round the town centre at lunch, like some half-cut junkie, drunk on death.
  • My thoughts wandered from the exam questions to my interview the next day.
  • The thought of that virus wandering about in my hindbrain did not please me.
  • A distraction may cause it to wander off into the road, with fatal consequences.
  • Mammals such as weasels, foxes, stoats and especially roe deer can wander safely without the risk of being killed by traffic.
  • He wanders around Manhattan, unshaven, unbathed, and smoking and cussing a lot.
  • Oh, to wander into a clothes shop for a casual browse, he muses. Times, Sunday Times
  • Students fought in the classrooms and washrooms, roamed the hallways and wandered the neighborhood.
  • Then my mind wandered to how Marija Gimbutas and others have earned a bad rap for their insistence on skewing historical perspective with their matriarchal/matrifocal ideals of an 'Old Europe', i.e. Matriarchy and women rulers
  • Not without a painful emotion of impending danger, as I watched the stellular reflections dancing in the rushing river, did I wander on in the wake of a group of pack-ponies, and took my turn in being assisted over the broken chasms by the muleteers. Across China on Foot
  • Don't wander off the point again!
  • I wonder whether any of the clapboard houses I wander past is the house where it happened, where All killed herself.
  • If you happen to wander the corridors around our work areas and see us surfing the Net, rest assured, we aren't goofing off.
  • ‘Sorry,’ I winced, as he wandered back into the room, his hair beginning to stick up in bizarre tufty spikes.
  • Brooke's poems were published in 1911, and after a year wandering in the North America and the South Seas, he was commissioned into the Royal Navy.
  • But they were not used to wandering by themselves, in the manner of the later homeless children.
  • I then wandered down Whitehall, passed the great Offices of State, to view the Mother of Parliaments and ponder the fact that 70 years on Britain has a Government led by a Prime Minister never elected to that Office, who has refused to consult the People for fear they oppose him and happily transfered that once so precious prized sovereignty to a new European Superpower. On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...
  • She also managed to go for a spin in an Army armoured vehicle, having wandered over to a tank-washing installation to see if she could have her picture taken sitting on one of the machines.
  • the river followed its wandering course
  • This is a real trip around the world, into some unexpected nooks and crannies, and for new sounds to satisfy your wanderlust, you might have a hard time doing better.
  • Near her wandered her husband, orientally bland, invariably affable, and from time to time squinting sideways, as usual, in the ever-renewed expectation that he might catch a glimpse of his stiff, retroussé moustache. The Younger Set
  • The lecture dragged on and my mind wandered.
  • Visitors are allowed to wander without hindrance.
  • As we tried to make ourselves comfortable on the uneven rock floor, a hard-faced young man in his early twenties wandered over.
  • This afternoon, whilst I was chatting to an elderly couple who wanted directions to somewhere, my eyes wandered to the car park verge and espied a single solitary daffodil blooming in the late winter sun.
  • Under the Watchful eye of the demon, wander alone in the formless Chaos.
  • Outside in the street student protest marches wander aimlessly by.
  • Pondering the wisdom of basing a key joke on an obscure music reference that most people won't understand, I wander back downstairs to the lounge.
  • Her mind wandered from one area to another, until the sandman finally came and she drifted off into a deep sleep.
  • Somewhere down the road, somebody got it into their head that kids won't watch it unless the themes are saccharine, the voices high and squawky, and there just happens to be some kind of jabbering animal wandering around. A review for INK
  • One correction, the wildlife manager says there hasn't been a documented sighting since 1990, but the Honolulu Advertiser noted a wandering wallaby in 2002. Kalihi Wallabies
  • My sort they call vagus frivolous minds that must wander. A Rare Benedictine
  • I wander and hesitate , ho , roam and rove in a slow pace.
  • Everything is beautifully shot, with rolling fields and pheasants wandering around. Times, Sunday Times
  • They remind you of a bunch of schoolboys wandering down a lonely road, kicking a ball along.
  • Living and working in London you become accustomed to freaks, weirdos and nutters wandering about doing their own thing and occasionally dragging normal people into random conversations.
  • This is less strange than it might sound; it is rather like daydreaming, or the feeling you get when the mind wanders while reading. Times, Sunday Times
  • From time immemorial our human race has been called a race of wanderers and wayfarers, a restless people forever setting forth in pursuit of a better life.
  • In shady corners, deeper in the wood, the fragrant pyrola lifted its scape of clustering bells, like a lily of the valley wandered to the forest. Little Rivers; a book of essays in profitable idleness
  • Mammals such as weasels, foxes, stoats and especially roe deer can wander safely without the risk of being killed by traffic.
  • ‘Me too,’ says Christopher and we rejoin the arrowed path and wander off in vaguely the direction we think we came from earlier.
  • We wandered down Cannery Row and sat at the quayside eating clam chowder from bread bowls.
  • Left to wander the streets of his native San Diego alone, the boy learned baseball on the sandlots at an early age.
  • The first time a wandering albatross glides into view and regards the ship with its soft brown eyes is the stuff of dreams. Times, Sunday Times
  • Upon hearing that he had been marked down for wandering, Levrone fumed, ‘I didn't know you could be marked down for walking offstage.
  • Being able to wander around aimlessly is the best way to see things that you'd normally never see, new bands.
  • Thinking of a nice warm heated dorm as she walked through the desolate streets, her mind began to wander.
  • For months I've been wandering around, burbling about how crazily happy I am, scared it would end since I don't know how it started.
  • After lunch or dinner, wander across the road to the shingle beach and watch the fishermen. The Sun
  • Ellery wandered up and down, picking up shells and sea clams, and peering through the nets of the nearest weir at the "horsefoot crabs" and squid and flounders imprisoned in the pound. Keziah Coffin
  • She wandered through the house and around the backyard in a benumbed state of shock. The Painter's Wife, a short story
  • We wandered down the main thoroughfare and found ourselves on Desker Road, where some of our number insisted on seeing the back alley ‘sights’.
  • A wander around any market will reveal stalls piled high with vegetables.
  • Don't let your mind wander [ be woolgathering ] while working.
  • We wandered along in the other direction until we came to the Imperial golf course which we decided to cut across so we could see the canal.
  • The thick moss carpeting the trail welcomed each footfall as she wandered through the ancient wood.
  • In July wanderlust takes over the whole nation.
  • They advise against foreign delegates wandering unescorted in various parts of town.
  • The stranger wandered off the road into the forest.
  • But there was always Leam in the background with whom he had to reckon -- Leam, who wandered through the house in her straight-cut, plain black gown, made in the deepest fashion of mourning devisable, pale, silent, feverish, like an avenging spirit on his track; undoing what he had done if he had profaned an embodied memory of her mother, and as impervious to his anger as he was to her despair. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science Volume 17, No. 097, January, 1876
  • UV 55 was waiting where I'd left it the previous evening, halfway along the bay, so I wandered up and stood leaning against its side. THE SCHEME FOR FULL EMPLOYMENT
  • Before that, the chills come via a middle-age woman and her young daughter-in-law who kill wandering samurais amid the tall grasses surrounding their isolated hut. Haunting Films From Japan
  • The captain wandered about like a lost soul, nervously chewing his mustache, scowling, unable to make up his mind what to do. THE SEED OF McCOY
  • The key is to allow your mind to wander. Times, Sunday Times
  • ‘Fair enough,’ Troy answered and wandered outside the shelter to bathe in the river.
  • When a clown and an evangelic preacher wander into Ted's domain of the W.C. he forces them to dismantle their public masks and face the consequences of their beliefs and actions.
  • Learn about wildlife from experts as the rangers take you on a wander at sunset. Times, Sunday Times
  • He wanders around this place appearing to have not a care in the world. Times, Sunday Times
  • We have planted 30 different grasses, herbs and clovers, and our animals wander all around the farm to spread life into the soil.
  • I wander around the house thinking of what I can organize, clean, utilize, materialize, deodorize and then wander back to the computer. Lee Block: When the Kids are Away, Does the Single Parent Play?
  • The gyrocar purred softly away, with two horses left wandering and two men clinging fast in a sweep of wind. Morale A Story of the War of 1941-43
  • A knot of walkers wanders up the trail to Weeping Rock, where springs emerge from the base of cliffs at the contact point between porous Navajo sandstone and impermeable Kayenta shale.
  • Two gates there are for dreams," said Penelope to Odysseus after his ten years' wandering had ended. "One made for horn and one of for ivory.
  • Her hand wandered up my thigh and into places which sent me into a spin. The Sun
  • Outside the grand clubhouse, you almost expect chaps to be wandering around in plus-fours and flat caps.
  • Zak looked around, and saw no one else, and wandered why he had been unchained.
  • New faces wander into the studio and warm greetings are dispensed. Times, Sunday Times
  • We are never sentimentally attached and wander at applause and never hesitate.
  • The Museo de las Culturas de Oaxaca is in a former monastery and a wander around the airy cloisters or in the excellent cacti garden offer a respite from any cases of museum fatigue.
  • Bierce also fought at Chickamauga, which lends its name to the title of his powerful story of a lost little boy playing with a wooden sword who wanders into a forest and comes upon "freaked and maculated" men crawling and falling in battle. Lacerating Wit, Seasoned Cynic
  • Gardiner, reinforced by so-called sportsmen from other parts of the state, of all the park elk they could kill, -- bulls, cows and calves, -- because a large band wandered across the line into the shambles of Gardiner, on Buffalo Flats. Our Vanishing Wild Life Its Extermination and Preservation
  • When you are having a telephone conversation you are more likely to be distracted and let your attention wander.
  • What number did you get to before you found your mind wandering off? POSITIVELY FEARLESS: Breaking free of the fears that hold you back
  • A wolf, likes peripatetic wandering around lonely and prefers listening to the song.
  • Simply wandering is a pleasure in itself.
  • While ostensibly the pie plate would serve to prevent the derailleur from inadvertently and tragically wandering into the spokes like a Nü-Fred jumping into the Gimbels Ride, in the absence of any sort of rear mech "rear mech" is Yiddish for derailleur--the "ch" is guttural I can only assume the pie plate is vestigial. New Customs: Changing Language, Changing Bikes
  • He keeps wandering into minor subplots, about a flamenco dancer and a dancing doctors demonstration.
  • They perceived a stranger wandering in the garden.
  • For the rest of the year they wander their home ranges or defend their territories against all-comers.
  • In fact, it’s just gorgeous, and in the kind of synchrony that seems to be happening all too often to me lately, Alex and I were wandering around downtown on Saturday and paused at an adorable pastry shop called Financier on Stone Street. gluten-free chocolate financiers | smitten kitchen
  • If I should wander into the uncharted minefield of personal opinion it is only with the benefit of hindsight.
  • Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs. The Two Trees
  • My mother recently found one of the journals I kept during my wanderings in the 90's, buried at the bottom of one of my old tin trunks that had been sitting out beside the woodpile at the lodge for a few years, and mailed it to me.
  • I open the window of my study and see the Painted bat, roosting in the foliage of the monstera creeper, is already asleep after a night's wandering, covering its body with its bright red and black wings.
  • The young composer wanders through a haunted mansion, trying to exorcise the spirits of his tyrannical father and castrating sisters.
  • No one knows for certain how many refugees wander the world today, or languish in camps without a permanent place of settlement.
  • Chasid and his companion wandered along the passages seeking a dry spot, when suddenly Mansor stood still. The Green Fairy Book
  • Otherwise just wandering around the town is a pleasurable way to spend an afternoon. The Sun
  • He united the various wandering tribes and re-instituted order and stability among them.
  • Just when hunting pink is to be outlawed, cagoule red is being given the green light today, with armies of walkers now allowed to wander across ‘private’ property
  • Mali, while seeming sophisticated, wanders in and out of ghetto rat behavior, especially when it comes to her man, Tad Honeywell.
  • However, the Las Vegas Four Seasons is right there on The Strip, right next to the Luxor, which kind of implicates it as one of those Vegas hotels - lobbies clanging with slot machines and crowded with wandering tourists clad in Reeboks, Dockers shorts, hooded sweatshirts tied around their waists and clear plastic visors embellished with flamingoes. Elvis Didn't Sing at the Wedding - Four Seasons Hotel, Las Vegas
  • 'Sally, Sally, don't ever wander,' they'd sing, hoping to aggravate Mother into grabbing a knife again. MR STARLIGHT
  • The evidences for astrologic demonology in ancient Israel, when the nation was affected by Hellenism and Babylonian decadence, are found in the latter part of the "Book of the Secrets of Henoch" -- the "Book of the Course of the Lights of Heaven" -- as also previously in the fourth section which treats of Henoch's wanderings "through the secret the places of the world". The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 2: Assizes-Browne
  • sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body
  • The key is to allow your mind to wander. Times, Sunday Times
  • We watch his feet as he wanders in aimless circles trying to determine his direction.
  • During his extensive wanderings, he practiced great austerities, but apparently became disillusioned with these methods.
  • WANDER The sheep are allowed to roam freely on this land.
  • Then I wandered from the fancies of others and formed affections and intimacies with the aerial creations of my own brain — but still clinging to reality I gave a name to these conceptions and nursed them in the hope of realization. Attached to Reading: Mary Shelley's Psychical Reality
  • We three had wandered away together into an alcove, else, 'tis almost needless to say, our daffing had not been so free. A Daughter of Raasay A Tale of the '45
  • They claimed that disembodied spirits can wander in and out of the minds of the living as easily as a tramp can walk into a house with its doors and windows open.
  • Most are Muslims, having been converted in the late 18th century by wandering preachers, but their traditional religious beliefs are often syncretized with Islam. Survey of West Africa: Peoples Summarized
  • This is a story about rootlessness, about impulsive, ostensibly whimsical wandering.
  • Wander our surviving early 18th-century streets and look at the finely wrought brick window arches, the mellow brick and precise pointing or the well-cut stone, and the erudite door surrounds, the miniature porticoes leading into the sacred environs of the home. British architecture: Georgian
  • Eventually he wandered down to the river, where he found Jim standing knee-deep in the water.
  • Witness tourists wandering around picking posies of rare flowers to take home for their mums.
  • London-based Wanderers' fans are celebrating a double survival success after winning their own battle to beat the drop.
  • I grab my bowl, that Mary had added a heap of cilantro, Parmesan and cabbage, and wander over to the table with the window view of the fog-draped, rain dappled, slow-moving Milwaukee River taking its sorry-ass time through the warehouse district on its way to Lake Michigan. March « 2009 « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground
  • With the growth of anatomical knowledge, the literal hypothesis of the morbidly wandering womb became increasingly untenable.
  • Patients wander naked behind barbed-wire fences.
  • A third guy, who copped a hefty fine and a community-based order on a burglary charge, wandered in wearing an old pair of trackie daks (with a hole in one knee) and a tatty old jumper.
  • God forgives the inattention at Mass of an old man when he sleeps; of a young man when he loves; and the wandering attention of an _old_ man blessed with a _young_ heart the Almighty will surely pardon, for He Himself must admire beauty, since He made it. ' A German Pompadour Being the Extraordinary History of Wilhelmine van Grävenitz, Landhofmeisterin of Wirtemberg
  • I will wander down it and pick flowers, green cowbind and the moonlight-coloured May, wild roses and ivy serpentine. The Waves
  • I am a stranger , and have been a wanderer against my will.
  • Prothero's genius had liberated itself for the time being in his last poem; it was detached from him; it wandered free, like a blessed spirit invisible, while Prothero's brain agonized and journalized as Laura said. The Creators A Comedy
  • We're going to have people with six-guns and so forth, sombreros, wandering through there as the local guides through ‘Ghost Town.’
  • During slow moments Grandmother wandered out in the long shirt and trousers we call a salwar kameez, threading her way between the sagging hammocks and chatting with the homesick soldiers missing the dishes of their own countries. The Hundred-Foot Journey
  • It draws on his experiences while working for a builder in Hastings, where he settled in 1902 after various wanderings.
  • A similar incident took place at the 2000 German Grand Prix at Hockenheim when a spectator wandered around the course and crossed the track in front of oncoming cars.
  • Rodiya girls wander the country as dancers and jugglers, and their erect figures, elastic step, and regalness of carriage, would be envied by the proudest woman promenading Vanity Fair; some of them have faces so perfect in a classic way that a sculptor or painter might make himself famous by reproducing them. East of Suez Ceylon, India, China and Japan
  • And he hath gathered in her the mightiest heroes of all Achaea, and hath come to thy city from wandering far through cities and gulfs of the dread ocean, in the hope that thou wilt grant him the fleece. The Argonautica
  • I feel slightly lost, not depressed or anything just wandering around with little to do.
  • A brown sunburnt gentleman, who appears in some inaptitude for sleep to be wandering abroad rather than counting the hours on a restless pillow, strolls hitherward at this quiet time. Bleak House
  • One of these days, you'll see me on the news, wandering around downtown Baghdad with a dazed, desperate look in my glinty eyes as I stumble down the streets stopping the passing terrorists as they prepare for a fun-filled day of setting off improvised explosive devices. bluemeany Diary Entry
  • Expelling a ragged sigh, Sahara wandered over to the sound system and put in a CD.
  • A computer can only wander blindly along the branches of the search tree, until it stumbles across a sequence of moves that may prove beneficial.
  • With Rita gone, the semi-retired Long Island businessman satiates his life-long wanderlust by working part-time in a travel agency.
  • Morello said Strauss-Kahn is free to leave his cell from time to time and wander the wing, and can leave the building for an hour each day for recreation outdoors, if he wants.
  • As in the rival game, you wander around exotic cities and meet characters with their own stories to tell. Times, Sunday Times
  • Two candelabra, with four candles each, lighted up festally the room which had waited so many years for the wandering nephew. A Personal Record
  • After all, if you wander past many licensed premises in the early hours of the morning you are likely to hear subdued mutterings which the more feeble-minded are likely to interpret as ghosts.
  • She liked to shop, casually wandering throughout the market, occasionally listening to the white clad merchants hawk their wares.
  • With that, the kender wandered back outside City Hall, Phineas's knife in his small hands, Phineas's coins jingling in his pocket. Stalling
  • Time to go for a wander - otherwise I'm in danger of turning into one of those tragic netslaves who go on holiday and spend two weeks figuring out how to say "do you have an adaptor?"
  • Soon after we separated, I heard about a class on how to teach English overseas and realized immediately that this could finance my wanderlust.
  • I heard that she took a job as night security somewhere, until she busted a drifter that wandered into her area.
  • Four blue sharks and two soupfin sharks were fitted with satellite transmitters to provide information on their wanderings. canada.com Top Stories
  • She did a great job costuming a film that has to wander between truth and magic over and over without ever calling attention to itself.
  • Battles occur without screen transitions, thank goodness, and enemies are always visible, wandering MMO-like (aka 'aimlessly') in their invisible stables. PCWorld
  • Their wanderings ceased when they reached the beautiful mountain home where their descendants live today.
  • Champions Nestlé Rowntree continued their 100 per cent start to the season by thumping hosts Whitkirk Wanderers 5-0.
  • Especially when I read of the adventures of Russian and Polish exiles in Siberia -- men of aristocratic lineage wandering amid snow and arctic cold, sleeping on rocks or in hollow trees, and holding their own, empty-handed, against hunger and frost and their fiercer brute embodiments do I recognize a hardihood and a ferity whose wet-nurse, ages back, may well have been this gray slut of the woods. Winter Sunshine
  • The staff would provide him with toys to amuse himself with when his attention began to wander.
  • Parents, music lovers and the curious wander in and find a seat amongst a mishmash of antique chairs, an old couch and anything else that remotely resembles a place to rest.
  • He wanders into a local gym, sees world welterweight champion Yuri in the ring, and offers to spar with him.
  • It's easy to be distracted and let your attention wander.
  • Can these buffoons really wander willy-nilly around the congested airspace above Britain with no regard for the professional pilots who rely on every other pilot to be up-to-speed on what is happening in their area?
  • How could you let him wander off like that?
  • Imagine long golden beaches where you can wander in solitude.
  • Shelter, and the usual rude accommodation, supplemented on this occasion by a wandering luti and his vicious-looking baboon, as also a company of riotous charvadars, who insist on singing accompaniments to the luti's soul-harrowing tom-toming till after midnight, are obtained at the caravansarai of Deh Mollah. Around the World on a Bicycle - Volume II From Teheran To Yokohama
  • On his wanderings he's picked up Spanish, Italian, French and a smattering of Russian.
  • The five of us watched them prance around to rather lame and aging dance material before we all wandered off in search of something more stimulating.
  • Memo to Charles: the next time one of these buffoons wanders in and says ‘I'm a spin doctor and I'm here to help ’, run the other way.
  • Take counsel, execute judgment; make thy shadow as the night in the midst of the noonday; hide the outcasts; bewray not him that wandereth. Isaiah 16.
  • The carthorses shared a stall not only with their own species, but with pigs and cows who wandered in and out.
  • He was also seen wandering around the garden having a full-blown conversation with himself. The Sun
  • If there is no place for your heart to stay, it will always be wandering wherever you go.
  • The dogs have greater freedom too, for they are allowed to wander outside their enclosure.
  • Smith's love of her home and the affection of her family mean that her wanderlust never stops her returning to Lanarkshire.
  • It just so happened that for many months, when I rocked my son to sleep each night he would gaze up at his ceiling and his eyes would slowly wander across his sightline as though he was watching something leisurly moving around. The 12 most important things to know about angels
  • The property was fenced in and Mr. Phipps was not given to wandering, so I imagine Aunt Lavinia enjoyed her pastoral ramble without concern. THE SEASON OF LILLIAN DAWES
  • I cannot help but wonder if Erikson has it all figured out, or he wanders in proverbial dark a bit himself. Steven Erikson - Midnight Tides (Book Review)
  • What madness drives these sooty pilgrims to wander to and fro on dirty city streets?
  • We did see loads of deer though, and right in the township happily wandering the streets trying to con food off people.
  • When they wander outside the burrow entrance, draglines of silk are usually left on the soil surface.
  • She hadn't even got out of bed when we arrived and so we left her to get herself mended and wandered off, in a dizzy haze towards the Putney Embankment.
  • The message had to be delivered clearly and firmly - no cracks in the voice, no wandering eyes, no apologies.
  • I spent my entire childhood being reassured by anthropomorphic animated figures that, as long as I spent enough time reading, I would eventually wander into a castle and find myself in a relationship with someone who looked like Chewbacca in formalwear. Happy Valentine's Day! Can someone explain this 'love' thing?
  • She stood and wandered to the bathroom for a five-minute shower, then appeared in the kitchen in bell-bottoms and a fuzzy white sweater.
  • I tried really hard to concentrate, but my mind kept wandering to what Will had said earlier.
  • Wanderlust’ depicts a man's profile with seagulls flying in the background.
  • But the alternative is to be responsible for a baby spirit wandering aimless and alone through the netherworld.
  • Examples include finding yourself wandering by a dual carriageway at 5am, or finding yourself snogging someone with no idea how you got onto intimate terms with them.
  • But when they started wandering about her yard and peeping into her outhouse, she came lumbering out. THE INNOCENTS AT HOME (A SUPERINTENDENT KENWORTHY NOVEL)
  • You shall sojourn at Paris, Rome, and Naples: at Florence, Venice, and Vienna: all the ground I have wandered over shall be re-trodden by you: wherever I stamped my hoof, your sylph's foot shall step also. Jane Eyre: an autobiography, Vol. II.
  • Wandering round to the façade, finished in 1886, it is a careful imitation of fifteenth-century work we see, saved from the mere routine of just that, in its design at any rate, by the vote of the people, who, against the opinion of all the artists in Florence at that time, insisted on the cornice following the basilical form of the tower, refusing to endorse the pointed "tricuspidal" design. Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa With Sixteen Illustrations In Colour By William Parkinson And Sixteen Other Illustrations, Second Edition
  • Tony was from New Zealand, a country where it is not unusual to chuck a well paying job at Cadbury's to fulfil ones wanderlust.
  • His subsequent wanderings took him as far as Australia and New Mexico in search of better health and the ideal society, but he found neither.
  • On the beach, pina colada, happily married, in the Premier League again, another England cap – what a hat-trick that would be, the Wolverhampton Wanderers winger said. Matt Jarvis' hopes for happy ending hinge on Switzerland and safety
  • Now it transpires she was making a film for a school project that involved wandering around the island asking people leading questions. Times, Sunday Times
  • La Luc amused himself at intervals with discoursing, and pointing out the situations of considerable ports on the coast, and the mouths of the rivers that, after wandering through Provence, disembogue themselves into the Mediterranean. The Romance of the Forest
  • I wander off as I'm listening to him, a little way from the path.

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