Meander

Antonyms of MEANDER

Examples of usage:

  1. While Aunt and Mrs. Saxby meander up and down the shore, leaving me free to a certain extent, I amuse myself by examining distant seas and coasts through it, thus getting a few peeps into a forbidden world. "Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1902 to 1903" by Lucy Maud Montgomery
  2. It bates Ballymacree I must confess, said Adair, as they came in front of an extensive bungalow style of building, with a broad verandah running along the front and two sides, with such a garden as the tropics only can present, kept green by a clear stream taught to meander through it, and the source of which could be discerned as in a sparkling cascade it rushed down the mountain side amid the trees. "The Three Lieutenants" by W.H.G. Kingston
  3. Great white winding roads meander hither and thither, single trees stand out in sharp tall silhouette against the intense blue of the sky, and around as far as eye can reach stretch the half- hidden, half- revealed mountains clothed in a purple haze while the golden glare of sunlight bathes all the intervening space in its mystic light, tinging with gold the very grass of the fields, the grey drab of the roads, the ruddy brown of the buildings, and the radiance of the distant towers and houses. "Great Masters in Painting: Perugino" by George C. Williamson
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