Monday, October 18, 2004
Definitions for maunder
- To talk incoherently; to speak in a rambling manner.
- To wander aimlessly or confusedly.
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Citations for maunder
As in one of his earlier novels , . . . Kerr invents a credibly grim scenario for our future: most of the earth's inhabitants are infected with a deadly virus and maunder in fetid cities.
It is a play with melodramatic themes, but García Lorca has put aside temptation to let it maunder, scream or otherwise let the emotions take over.
Origin of maunder
Maunder is perhaps a dialectal variant of meander (possibly influenced by wander).