digressive, parenthetical, dianoetic, straggly, unplanned, ambulatory, peripatetic, excursive, planned, meandering, scattered, tangential, itinerant, discursive, sprawling, vagrant, migratory, gangling, here and there, trailing, compact, indirect, approach, straggling, winding, parenthetic
incoherent (part of speech: adjective)
wandering (part of speech: verb)
roving, tripping, trekking, strolling, cycling, moving, ambling, touring, nomadic, coursing, traveling, journeying, promenading, hiking, wayfaring, driving, jaunting, marching, walking, sojourning, roaming
wordy (part of speech: adjective)
motiveless (part of speech: adjective)
capricious, careless, reasonless, fleeting, fickle, flitting, ambivalent, impulsive, indecisive, systemless, whimsical, irregular, fanciful, sporadic, motiveless, flighty, wandering, chancy, nonsystematic, spastic, unmethodical, volatile, wayward, random, adrift, haphazard, arbitrary
- No rambling individual but the helpless British Tourist wanted food and shelter from strangers in that part of Scotland; and nobody but Mistress Inchbare had food and shelter to sell. - "Man and Wife", Wilkie Collins.
- Have I been rambling? - "At Love's Cost", Charles Garvice.
- Mr. Bangs was neither pleased with the hotel, or able to get much information while there, and consequently changed his quarters to Mrs. Deck's boarding- house, a long, rambling brick building, that at one time had been a fine residence after the Southern style. - "The Spiritualists and the Detectives", Allan Pinkerton.