roam

Part of speech: noun

Roamer.

Part of speech: verb

To wander over; range.

Part of speech: verb

To wander; rove.

Part of speech: participial adjective

Roaming.

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Usage examples "roam":

  1. Here is a practice begun, which at once defeats the very intention of reading, and allows the child's mind to roam upon any thing or every thing, while the eye is mechanically engaged with his book. - "A Practical Enquiry into the Philosophy of Education", James Gall.
  2. By that country his heroes are stamped wherever they roam. - "Hunger", Knut Hamsun.
  3. I have collected odds, and almost every autumn I roam over the moors and fill a large basket with them, but I have never collected ends. - "Marge Askinforit", Barry Pain.