verb (used with object), wend·ed or (Archaic) went; wend·ing.
verb (used without object), wend·ed or (Archaic) went; wend·ing.
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The Seversky Donets River wends through the town of 5,000, and its banks are a popular camping destination.Ukraine Families Flee Into the Forest to Escape Brutal Fighting in Sloviansk|Yusuf Sayman|June 10, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The Kidron Valley wends its way from the eastern side of the Old City, through the Judean Desert, to the Dead Sea.Losing Jerusalem Sewage Plant Could Prove Longer Term Win for Palestinians|Hillel Cohen|September 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Then in through the door little Kirsten she wends, And his white hand to her the bold monarch tends.
As the song wends toward its end, Golden-Jacket looks behind her more than once, and at last stops and says something out loud.Round the Wonderful World|G. E. Mitton
"Dirty Wendish pigs," they said (which was their favourite malediction, though they themselves were Wend of the Wends).Joan of the Sword Hand|S(amuel) R(utherford) Crockett
Conall Cernach arises, and takes his weapons, and wends over the door of the Hostel, and goes round the house.
He rolls up his line, fastens five or six Perches on each side of his saddle, mounts his horse, and merrily wends his way.Audubon and his Journals, Vol. 2|Maria R. Audubon