verb (used with object), wend·ed or (Archaic) went; wend·ing.
verb (used without object), wend·ed or (Archaic) went; wend·ing.
Origin of wend
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Origin of Wend
Examples from the Web for wend
With last words of warning and advice, the father bade his son farewell, and watched him wend forth on his perilous journey.Half a Hundred Hero Tales|Various
The gondola alone can wend its way through the intricate water-streets of the Queen of the Adriatic.Venice|Dorothy Menpes
The great diapason bell of the tower solemnly pronounces its four strokes, and we wend our way to the station for Gloucester.The Cathedral Towns and Intervening Places of England, Ireland and Scotland:|Thomas W. Silloway
We must wend our way to the riverside in the months of May or June.The Life of an Insect|Anonymous
To reach this the travellers had to cross the iron bridge and wend their way through the narrow bazaars.The Adventures of Akbar|Flora Annie Steel