maunder


maun·der

verb \ˈmn-dər, ˈmän-\

: to talk for a long time in a boring way

maun·deredmaun·der·ing \-d(ə-)riŋ\

Full Definition of MAUNDER

intransitive verb
1
chiefly British :  grumble
2
:  to wander slowly and idly
3
:  to speak indistinctly or disconnectedly
maun·der·er \-dər-ər\ noun

Examples of MAUNDER

  1. <maundered all over town on his day off>
  2. <ask her a question and she'll maunder for half an hour>

Origin of MAUNDER

probably imitative
First Known Use: 1621

Rhymes with MAUNDER

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