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used in The Memory Keeper’s Daughter

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to move slowly in a winding or indefinite direction — (often said of a river, or path, or conversation)
  • So they walked back to Duke's house and got on their bicycles, crossing over Nicholasville Road and meandering through the neighborhoods to Paul's.
    p. 209.5
  • She was crossing the bridge now, her tires singing, the Kentucky River meandering far below and the high charged energy of the previous night melting away.
    p. 23.7
  • The conversation meandered, circling back to technique and process.
    p. 182.9

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