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Harry Potter (#7) and the Deathly Hallows
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  • Looking down, Harry saw Grawp the giant meandering past, swinging what looked like a stone gargoyle torn from the roof and roaring his displeasure.
  • He was staggered now to think of his own presumption in accepting his friends’ offers to accompany him on this meandering, pointless journey. he knew nothing, he had no ideas, and he was constantly, painfully on the alert for any indications that Hermione too was about to tell him that she had had enough.
  • They did not dare remain in any area too long, so rather than staying in the south of England, where a hard ground frost was the worst of their worries, they con-tinued to meander up and down the country, braving a mountainside, where sleet pounded the tent; a wide, flat marsh, where the tent was flooded with chill water; and a tiny island in the middle of a Scottish loch, where snow half buried the tent in the night.

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  • The path meanders through the vineyards.
  • Her journey back was rather a meander than a march.
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