Definition of wander in English:

wander

Line breaks: wan¦der
Pronunciation: /ˈwɒndə
 
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verb

[no object]
  • 3Be unfaithful to one’s regular sexual partner: he had married her and he was not going to be allowed to wander
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    • Before contraception, many people did not feel they could wander from relationship to relationship and so they worked on the one they had, they made an effort.
    • They expect the spark to be everlasting, they expect eyes to never wander, etc.

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Origin

Old English wandrian, of West Germanic origin; related to wend and wind2.

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