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used in Black: The Birth of Evil

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to move slowly in a winding or indefinite direction — (often said of a river, or path, or conversation)
  • Large cats and parrots meandered and fluttered about the village in harmony as though they, too, owned a part of this marvelous work of art.
    Chapter 9 (76% in)
  • Rachelle slowed at the entrance and started to meander up the hill.
    Chapter 16 (40% in)
  • A bubbling creek meandered into the lake from the base of the cliff to their right, and then back out, down the valley.
    Chapter 36 (45% in)

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