Tuesday, February 2, 2010

word of the Week #87 - maunder

maunder - [MON-duhr] - intransitive verb

Definition:
1. To talk incoherently; to speak in a rambling manner.
2. To wander aimlessly or confusedly.

Usage:
Yesterday was spent in a hazy fog as I maundered through from one task to another.

4 comments:

Carolyn V. said...

Okay, there is something about that word that I like. Maunder...maunder. Yup, it has a nice ring to it. Now to use it in my writings... Thanks Jaime! =)

Elana Johnson said...

I feel like that today! Dangitall.

L.T. Elliot said...

Maunder. Funny that it should be so similar to wander. Both are good. Unless you're maundering and wandering.

Nisa said...

Wow! My everyday summed up into one fabulous, little word! lol!