Definition of meander:
float, move, gad, cheat, repetition, crawl, deepen, cruise, waver, curl, mosey, creep, rove, swan, draw, drone on, course, stray, come in, babble, bat, channel, roll, wreathe, thread, hoist, ease, wind up, curve, gallivant, stroll, change, ramble on, knock, break, kick around, go on about, saunter, cast up, ramble, promenade, cheat on, wander, twine, string, corkscrew, walk, discourse on/upon, perambulate, digress, chatter, burst, vagabond, crest, go on, betray, interweave, snake, dawdle, range, drop back, maunder, divagate, cast, perambulation, trail, hold forth, wrap, lift, catch, drift, tissue, straight, weave, roam, keep on, spiral, recoil, mooch, amble, tramp, dash, nose, entwine, fall behind, scent, wind, peregrinate, traipse, talk away, cuckold.
" I must make the train that leaves Meander at four o'clock tomorrow morning, I shall have to leave here within-" he flashed out his watch with his quick, nervous hand-" within three- quarters of an hour.- "The Rustler of Wind River", G. W. Ogden.
- "Laramie Holds the Range", Frank H. Spearman.
- "Grace Harlowe's Golden Summer", Jessie Graham Flower.