from The Century Dictionary.

  • Not wandering; not moving or going from place to place. Cowper, Iliad, xiii.

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  • adjective Not wandering.


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  • It is merely to say that they do not enjoy the mode of necessary being required of an object of unwandering thought.

    Parmenides Palmer, John 2008

  • When they are permitted to reach any height from which to look down, the terrible craving appears to be temporarily appeased; and they become kind, and even generous, to all who look up with willing, unwandering gaze.

    Round Anvil Rock A Romance Nancy Huston Banks

  • In the mean time Mr. Bernard had been dreaming, as young men dream, of gliding shapes with bright eyes and burning cheeks, strangely blended with red planets and hissing meteors, and, shining over all, the white, unwandering star of the North, girt with its tethered constellations.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 05, No. 31, May, 1860 Various

  • In Chantilly she crouched beneath the rug -- her expectations closing, unwandering, against her breast.

    The Happy Foreigner Enid Bagnold 1935

  • With hearts unwandering, —knowing Me the Source, 50

    Chapter IX. 1909

  • The women took an unwearying and unwandering interest in Hugh's amazing son.

    The Creators A Comedy May Sinclair 1904

  • Dawson -- lean and keen, tough and brown of skin, and so carelessly dressed that he looked as if he slept in his clothes -- listened with the sympathetic, unwandering attention which men give only him who comes telling where and how they can make money.

    The Second Generation David Graham Phillips 1889

  • God give me patience to worship this night with unwandering thoughts, for my heart is vexed at the transgression of my child, as the heart of Eli of old at the iniquities of his sons! '

    Antonina Wilkie Collins 1856

  • I know not how many hours he sits there; but while I saw him he was a pattern of diligence and unwandering thought.

    Passages from the American Notebooks, Volume 2. Nathaniel Hawthorne 1834


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