They meandered off the trail.
He meandered to the curb, barely conscious from the excess consumption of alcoholic beverages.
They spent a lazy afternoon drifting along the meandering stream in their homemade canoe.
the snake meandered across the grass very slowly so the bird could not hear the snake slithering.
To "meander" means "to follow a winding or bending path" - meandered is the past tense of this; "The river meandered towards Cambridge." (The river followed a winding path towards Cambridge.)
The wounded bison slowly meandered through the meadow, but the vultures widened their circle. I will circle the block, searching for a parking place.
"He went to the store." He ventured, wandered, meandered, moseyed... This helpful?
look at a map.
One example is meandered.
'Meandering' is to wander here and there, apparently aimlessly.
WRONG: The broad, wide, big river flowed, meandered, and swirled.WRONG: The loud, noisy, obnoxious boy got under my frazzled, irritated, and upset nerves .
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