Antonyms of WANDER

Examples of usage:

  1. They sold all they possessed and set out to wander round the world. "Renée Mauperin" by Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
  2. But I wander from the true point. "Jane Talbot" by Charles Brockden Brown
  3. She looked in their faces, and recognized her sisters, One- eye, and Three- eyes, who had fallen into such poverty that they had to wander about and beg their bread from door to door. "Household Tales by Brothers Grimm" by Grimm Brothers
  4. How would you like to wander down to Headquarters as an accomplice? "McAllister and His Double" by Arthur Train
  5. A strange, but positive, fact about New York is that one may at one time be in it but a few hours and run across half the people of one's acquaintance, gathered from all parts of the country, and at another, wander about for weeks without seeing a familiar face. "People of the Whirlpool" by Mabel Osgood Wright
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