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wander/ramble//meander #1 (permalink) Thu Apr 07, 2011 15:10 pm   wander/ramble//meander
 

what's the difference between wander/ramble and meander and what does meander mean at all?[/b]
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wander/ramble//meander #2 (permalink) Thu Apr 07, 2011 15:21 pm   wander/ramble//meander
 

Meander suggests leisurely wandering over an irregular or winding course.
that's what in the dictionary but what does an irregular or winding course mean then?
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wander/ramble//meander #3 (permalink) Fri Apr 08, 2011 16:41 pm   wander/ramble//meander
 

Tanya Ilchuk wrote:
Meander suggests leisurely wandering over an irregular or winding course.
that's what in the dictionary but what does an irregular or winding course mean then?

To walk aimlessly. To walk without any clear direction.
One hasn't started to go to a particular place.
Any bird in the tree or a flower in the field is able to change his route.
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wander/ramble//meander #4 (permalink) Sat Apr 09, 2011 11:23 am   wander/ramble//meander
 

thanks a lot
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wander/ramble//meander #5 (permalink) Sat Apr 09, 2011 15:38 pm   wander/ramble//meander
 

wander means to walk slowly in aplace
ramble meansto walk for pleasure
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