(v. i.) To ramble here and there without any certain course or with no definite object in view; to range about; to stroll; to rove; as, to wander over the fields.
(v. i.) To go away; to depart; to stray off; to deviate; to go astray; as, a writer wanders from his subject.
(v. i.) To be delirious; not to be under the guidance of reason; to rave; as, the mind wanders.
(v. t.) To travel over without a certain course; to traverse; to stroll through.
(1) 3-hydroxy-3-methyl-glutaryl-CoA (HMG-CoA) lyase activity was determined by the recently described spectrophotometric method of Wanders et al.
(2) Ready to be fleeced and swamped, I wandered cautiously along Laugavegur past the lovely independent shops, the clean, friendly streets and ended up in a fun hipsterish bar called the Lebowski, where they serve Tuborg and the craft burgers are named things like The Walter (I ordered The Nihilist).
(3) Residents had called police after spotting a man wandering around the park and yelling incoherently.
(4) Wandering is movement changing over time and, thus, is a nonlinear ultradian rhythm, with locomoting and nonlocomoting phases.
(5) Fox will be accompanied by the sporting director, Hendrik Almstadt, on the back of the 1-1 draw against Wycombe Wanderers in the FA Cup on Saturday, when their failure to beat a League Two side culminated in angry scenes involving the away supporters.
(6) I would like to place on record our sincere thanks to Owen, Sandy Stewart [Coyle's assistant] and Steve Davis [coach] for all their hard work during their time at Bolton Wanderers."
(7) On a dreich November evening in Gourock, a red-coated mongrel is wandering between the seats in a room above a pub, pausing to sniff handbags for hidden treats.
(9) Boy, a new play by Leo Butler , follows Liam, a 17-year-old Neet (not in education, employment or training) for 24 hours as he wanders the capital, trying to find friends, connect with a family who have given up on him and with community services that communicate so differently from the way Liam does, it seems like they are speaking another language.
(10) An electronic security system can improve the quality of life for alert, oriented patients (and their families) who share a unit with confused, wandering patients.
(11) Hagere Selam remains a modest place of mudwalled shops with corrugated roofs, cows, donkeys and sheep wandering unpaved streets and children idling away an afternoon at table football – a generation with no memory of the famine that killed hundreds of thousands and woke up the world.
(12) He's fouled out on the right, and takes the free kick very quickly, taking advantage of a wandering Krol, but the referee deems the kick was not take from the right place, and was probably moving as well.
(13) For the time is coming when people will not put up with sound doctrine, but having itching ears, they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own desires, and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander away to myths."
(14) Larry Page, Google's chief executive, believes self-driving cars have enormous economic and health implications: they should cut the number of road deaths, either through drivers' attention wandering, or through driving too close to other cars and being unable to react.
(15) After scarfing platefuls of seafood on the terrace, we wandered down to the harbour where two fishermen, kitted out in wetsuits, were setting out by boat across the clear turquoise water to collect goose barnacles.
(16) Distribution of the recurrence was different: some previous sites had apparently become refractory and remained clear, some involvement had recurred in the same site, and new areas of involvement had appeared, causing the eruption to "wander," as is often seen in acute fixed drug eruption due to acetaminophen.
(17) She manifested not only episodic bulimia, impulsive self-injury, suicidal attempt, and obvious depressive emotion; but also self-provoked-vomiting, wandering, stealing and lying.
(18) Baseline wander and muscle artifact are particularly troublesome sources of interference.
(19) O’Malley, the only candidate to wander into the spin room, was asked if he thought he had broken through.
(20) Individuals have shown transient AV block, irregular sinus rhythm, wandering pacemaker, and inverted T waves.