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Synonyms for wander

roam

Synonyms

stray

wander off

Synonyms

wander off something

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  • deviate from
  • diverge from
  • veer from
  • swerve from
  • digress from
  • go off at a tangent from
  • go off course from
  • lapse from

Synonyms for wander

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

to turn aside, especially from the main subject in writing or speaking

an act of walking, especially for pleasure

Synonyms for wander

move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage

to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course

lose clarity or turn aside especially from the main subject of attention or course of argument in writing, thinking, or speaking

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Two business start-up concepts were identified for further development through the Living Labs project - the Wander City app and a recycling concept, Bin it to Win it.
These mundane tasks are so simple that they require little to no brain capacity to perform, leaving your mind free to wander on its own, while your bodily reflexes perform the task.
Yesterday, they appeared for sentencing at the same court where it emerged Duffy had also allowed the boy to wander off in December.
Another trend Elder cites is an interest in wander management systems at the assisted living level.
According to Cnet, Wander would join Yahoo, with its five-member crew joining a growing fleet of Yahoo mobile engineers in New York, but its 'Days' app would continue to function as a standalone app while its team would work on future projects.
So if they are left-handed, they will wander to the left.
WANDER is an independent expert organization that works in the field of water and materials in contact with water on the basis of scientific research results.
Whatever the details, says Hasan-Rokem, in each telling the Jew "was cursed by Jesus to wander until the Second Coming.
LOST I wander the streets of the city, Lost and all alone, Reflecting what might have been, If I was still at home.
For example, strategies for dealing with clients who wander, the social and ethical implications of using secure environments, and the use of techniques such as validation and sensory therapy to deal with clients could have been detailed to provide further discussion on management techniques for dealing with this type of client.
Understanding why people with dementia often wander is difficult, but it is suggested it might be a spontaneous response to a need to be doing something or finding somewhere familiar and safe.
Wander, the committee co-chair from Katten Muchin Rosenman LLP in Chicago, hopes to beat the April deadline for all recommendations.
And she has every right to wander around topless in her own home.
Yet, she said the penalties in Illinois could cause facilities to look closer at their wander prevention programs.
I wander and I wander and then I had cramps so I get on my hands and knees so the bodywarmth doesn't go into the earth.