meander meander  /mi ˈæn dər/

Definition(s):

  1. (n) a bend or curve, as in a stream or river
  2. (n) an aimless amble on a winding course
  3. (v) to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course

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Usage(s):

  1. Extended sidewalks eaten up by cafe tables and empty cycle lanes that meander up one of Paris's most arduous climbs are a waste of public funds, they argue.
  2. Summer music festivals usually meander through the hot weather months peacefully masticating a cud of predigested opera and alfalfa-flavored chamber music.
  3. Fewer sightseers meander into the Sveta Nedelya Church, where Sofians gather for incense-imbued Bulgarian Orthodox services in a mural-covered sanctuary.

News

  1. A noteworthy summer — No shortage of free outdoor concerts on tap

    Music will meander over every nook and cranny of Livingston County almost every night of the week this summer.
    on June 17, 2013     Source: Livingston County Daily Press & Argus

  2. 3 ETF Categories Correct 10% Or More

    NEW YORK (ETF Expert) -- A fellow money manager recently tweeted, "I'm praying for bad econ news so that the Fed will keep buying bonds. I don't know what else to pray for." I felt the writer's pseudo-pain and promptly bit down on my lower lip. After all, think about what we celebrate in the investment universe today. We want the economy to sputter or meander, just so our central bank will push ...
    on June 15, 2013     Source: TheStreet.com

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Quotes

  1. "It is going to be very interesting. In India, the game can seem to meander for quite a while before suddenly changing in a session," said Hayden, who has so far scored 8,242 runs in 94 Tests with 30 centuries. "So patience is very important...
    on Oct 1, 2008 By: Matthew Hayden Source: AFP

  2. "This may be the most ridiculous legal proceeding I have ever watched," Toobin said. "This judge is one of the least competent judges I have ever seen. He is letting this thing meander all over creation, mostly because he seems to enjoy being...
    on Feb 21, 2007 By: Jeffrey Toobin Source: CNN

  3. "We had to learn a lot before we could do this," Bono, 48, says. "Normally, you zone in on a particular area and make it your own. On this, we seemed to be able to meander from joy to despair, from introspection to exhibitionism. And there's...
    on Feb 26, 2009 By: Bono Source: USA Today

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