Definition of wandering in English:

wandering

Syllabification: wan·der·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈwändəriNG
 
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adjective

Traveling aimlessly from place to place; itinerant: a wandering preacher
More example sentences
  • He's like a wandering spirit waiting for an opening, allowing him to come back to life.
  • He's a wandering laborer with a penchant for black-out drinking, saddled with a blackmailing alcoholic groupie played by Thomas Mitchell.
  • However, to see wandering children selling flowers or begging on the roadside instead of learning at school is by no means rare in the city.

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