verb (used without object)
Origin of maunder
Related formsmaun·der·er, noun
Examples from the Web for maunder
It's young for him still—Hold on, Olive; I'm not going to maunder!The Brentons|Anna Chapin Ray
Even stern Maunder was sorry for him, although he despised him for feeling it.
In a later paper Maunder reached similar results for magnetic storms at Greenwich from 1848 to 1881.
We will have our own supper by-and-by, when Maunder comes home, and your mother is ready.
All very well to poetize and maunder about in quiet Hazlewood; but, by Jove!