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meander
(v)
me-AN-dǝr
Meaning

1. (of a river or road) wind or turn in its course

1st Sample Sentence

1. Some roads take a straight course through flat terrain, others meander through hills and mountains.

2nd Meaning

2. (figuratively, of a speech, etcetera) proceed in a winding manner, with frequent digressions from the main subject

2nd Sample Sentence

2. When he lectures, he has a tendency to forget the main subject and meander from topic to topic.

Root

Maiandros (name of a river in Caria noted for its winding course: the Greeks used the name figuratively for winding patterns) (Greek)

Mnemonics

Pronounce it like 'wander'; they are synonymous.

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