to pursue or direct (one's way).
to proceed or go.
Other definitions for Wend (2 of 2)
a member of a Slavic people of E Germany; Sorb.
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How to use wend in a sentence
“I tell you what,” said Amy as, with their paddles, the girls wended their way down to the little boathouse and landing.The Campfire Girls of Roselawn | Margaret Penrose
Sometimes he helped her turn the fish on the Flake, and afterward walked with her along the beach, as she wended her way homeward.
For several minutes the sound of their laughter could be distinctly heard as the two slowly wended their way down the path.The Seven Cardinal Sins: Envy and Indolence | Eugne Sue
Daily the solemn processions wended their way to the populous city of the dead.A Raw Recruit's War Experiences | Ansel D. Nickerson
And brooding over this episode, Jack wended his way thoughtfully homewards.Jack Harkaway's Boy Tinker Among The Turks | Bracebridge Hemyng
British Dictionary definitions for wend (1 of 2)
to direct (one's course or way); travel: wend one's way home
British Dictionary definitions for Wend (2 of 2)
(esp in medieval European history) a Sorb; a member of the Slavonic people who inhabited the area between the Rivers Saale and Oder in the early Middle Ages and were conquered by Germanic invaders by the 12th century: See also Lusatia
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