Part of speech:
To ramble is defined as to write, speak or move aimlessly.
To wander about; go from place to place, esp. over an extensive area, with no particular course or destination; roam
To travel from place to place, esp. with no special plan or purpose; go aimlessly; wander
To turn aside, especially to depart temporarily from the main subject in writing or speaking; stray.
The definition of desultory is something, someone or a conversation with no plan or purpose that wanders from one thing to the next.
Moving in a random fashion; having no fixed direction or pattern:
To talk in an incoherent, rambling way; drivel
To machine a thread on (a screw, nut, or bolt).
To take a long walk for pleasure or exercise.
To saunter is defined as to stroll or walk slowly.
In typing, to change from small letters, etc. to capitals, etc. by depressing a key (shift key)
Characterized by digressions; rambling.
Missing an intended target or recipient:
Traveling from place to place, especially to perform work or a duty:
Roving; wandering; nomadic.
The definition of nomadic is a person or people who are part of a tribe or group that moves from place to place without a permanent home.
Of the philosophy or the followers of Aristotle, who walked about in the Lyceum while he was teaching
Floating about without any certain direction; driven to and fro.
Straying off from a course or way
The condition or behavior of a knight-errant; spirit or deeds of chivalry
A short trip taken with the intention of returning to the point of departure; short journey, as for pleasure; jaunt
Odyssey is a Greek epic poem written by Homer about the long journey of a man named Odysseus, or a long and eventual journey or experience.
(Law) An English legal ceremony in which an official from a town or parish walks around it to delineate and record its boundaries.
An impulse, longing, or urge to wander or travel
Amble means to walk slowly.
Depart is defined as to go away or leave.
To turn aside from a course or way:
To stray from the subject; digress
(Western US) To drive (livestock) slowly or far afield, especially for grazing.
To speak or write in great detail; elaborate or enlarge (on or upon)
To move about restlessly or with little purpose, especially in search of pleasure or amusement.
(Archaic) To gad about with members of the opposite sex
To travel from place to place or on a circuit
A sinuous curve, bend, or loop along the course of a stream or river.
To walk through, over, around, etc., esp. in examining or inspecting
To travel through or over; traverse.
To move about an area, as in hunting
To roil is to agitate or make angry.
To escape or stretch beyond proper limits, as the branches of a plant; to spread widely apart; to shoot too far or widely in growth.
To wander from a given place, limited area, direct course, etc., esp. aimlessly; roam; rove
Stroll means to take a leisurely or slow walk.
To climb or move upward by winding or turning.
To walk or tramp over or about:
To fasten or secure with stays.
To perform the stylized walk of a square dance.
To move in a leisurely, relaxed way; saunter:
To change posture or position; stir:
(Intransitive) To come or go near, in place or time; to draw nigh; to advance nearer.
(Ergative) To utter copiously, especially with sounding words; to utter with a deep sound; "” often with forth, or out.
To declare; swear. Used in the phrase I swan as an interjection.
To travel about on foot; trudge; hike
To roll or throw (dice, for example).
To construct by interlacing or interweaving strips or strands of material:
To elude; escape:
To help the enemy of (one's country, cause, etc.); be a traitor to
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