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Be happy or die.Rob Cohen
Third person singular
- To speak in a disorganized or desultory manner; to babble or prattle.
- Don’t bring up politics around him; it will only cause him to maunder incessantly.
- To wander or walk aimlessly.
- 1871 — Henry James, A Passionate Pilgrim, ch IV
- On the following day my friend's exhaustion had become so great that I began to fear his intelligence altogether broken up. But toward evening he briefly rallied, to maunder about many things, confounding in a sinister jumble the memories of the past weeks and those of bygone years.
- 1889 — Mark Twain, A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, ch XVII
- "What are you maundering about? He's going out from here a free man and whole—he's not going to die."
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