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used in Killing Kennedy

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to move slowly in a winding or indefinite direction — (often said of a river, or path, or conversation)
  • Sometimes the vice president will leave his desk to meander through the West Wing hallways, wishing for a meeting to attend or a decision to make.
    p. 150.5
  • The paved path meanders through a thick wood, taking him past the Hawthorn, Laurel, Sycamore, and Linden guest cabins on his three-minute journey.
    p. 217.2

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