Definition of "wandering" []

  • To move or travel about, in, or through (a place) without any definite purpose or destination (verb)
  • To proceed in an irregular course; meander (verb)
  • To go astray, as from a path or course (verb)
  • (of the mind, thoughts, etc) to lose concentration or direction (verb)
  • To think or speak incoherently or illogically (verb)
  • The act or an instance of wandering (noun)
  • That which wanders. (adjective) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

  • Travelling with no preset route; roaming. (noun)
  • Irregular turning of the eyes. (noun)
  • Aimless thought. (noun)
  • Straying from a desired path. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "wandering" in a sentence
  • "U.S. Video: Gingrich explores presidential run U.S. Video: Police: Teen beaten, tortured at party Report Abuse When the term "wandering spider" came up in the headline, the first thing that came to mind is the Brazillian Wandering Spider, not the Yellow Orb Spider."
  • "When she saw my expression wandering away from the conversation, she would touch the back of my hand with hers and smile at me with her eyes."
  • "This is one of what I call my wandering days before I fall to work."