- 1Talk in a rambling manner: Dennis maundered on about the wineMore example sentences
- A longer perspective is more pertinent and more relevant to the future than listening to televised imbeciles maundering about the ‘death of liberalism.’
- And if I've devoted too much time to maundering about this, it's from a sort of frustration.
- I've maundered and pondered and arm-waved about something like this for ages.
- 1.1 [with adverbial] Move or act in a dreamy or idle manner: he maunders through the bank, composing his thoughtsMore example sentences
- This real England, your unreal home, turns us all into maundering John of Gaunts, sighing over sceptred isles, demi-paradises, other Edens.
- But what good is bawdy when its purveyors, from low to high, seem unfailingly recruited for their unsightliness, and act like overwrought underachievers or maundering bystanders?
- You lot thought I was maundering in Philadelphia, didn't you?
early 17th century: perhaps from obsolete maunder 'to beg'.