Meander in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Meander

to move slowly without any real purpose

Examples of Meander in a sentence

The confused old man will sometimes come into the store and meander for hours without making a purchase. πŸ”Š

During my vacation, I have no plans other than to meander through the mountains for days. πŸ”Š

Jason let his mind meander and by the time the workday was over, he had made very little progress on his accounts. πŸ”Š

Unless I nag my daughter about completing her chores, she will meander and never get anything done. πŸ”Š

The film was boring because the plot seemed to meander along with no resolution. πŸ”Š

While the book read like a comedy for a few chapters, it gradually started to meander into something resembling a drama. πŸ”Š

Some Alzheimer’s patients are known to meander aimlessly about the hospital. πŸ”Š

On my lunch break, I often meander through the park while eating a sandwich. πŸ”Š

Without a grocery list, my grandmother will meander up and down the store aisles for hours. πŸ”Š

Camera in hand, Kathryn decided to meander through the historic building and take pictures. πŸ”Š

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