Definition of wanderings in English:

wanderings

Line breaks: wan¦der|ings
Pronunciation: /ˈwɒndərɪŋz
 
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noun

Leisurely or aimless travels; journeys from place to place: his wanderings in the Derbyshire dales laid the foundations for his lifelong love of landscape
More example sentences
  • It was the walks you could not understand, even when there was a destination you would rather dive for a taxi or the tube, still less leave your heated flat to join my aimless wanderings.
  • Journeys, wanderings, separations, and a sense of homelessness are elements of many of the poems.
  • Her strolls became aimless wanderings and she hated the lack of sunlight.

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