Hey Sparkle Writers, we are super excited to bring a new word to you this Wednesday. Before we continue, what did you do with last week’s word? Use it in a sentence if you haven’t done so already.
Today’s word is meander. Wondering why we say it is not a difficult word? It’s because you have used its synonyms so many times. We just want you to get familiar with it too.
Meander is pronounced /mɪˈandə/.
It could be used to describe a river or road following a winding course – zigzag, wind, twist, turn, curve, curl.
Meander could also mean to wander aimlessly or casually without urgent destination. In this case roam or ramble would be perfect synonyms. ‘
Here are a few examples;
My dog meanders round the street every night.
The trail meanders through towering evergreens, over a river and beside a fountain.