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England rushed back upon him-the love of those at home; of his father, the only father he had ever known; of Faith, the only mother or sister he had ever known; of old John Fairley; the love of the woods and the hills where he had wandered came upon him.
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He had wandered on until he had come to the end of the bridge and into the great groups of traffickers who, at this place, made a market of their wares.
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Here sat a seller of sugar cane; there wandered, clanking his brasses, a merchant of sweet waters; there shouted a cheap-jack of the Nile the virtues of a knife from Sheffield.
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Meanwhile the sun mounted higher and higher: she wandered from rock to rock in search of a shady spot and a spring of water, but none was to be found, and she was tormented with violent thirst and aching hunger.
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As he was a stranger in the place, and the night was dark, he wandered around the city gates.
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A mother sent a request for prayer to the Fulton Street prayer-meeting, that she might hear from him who had long ago left home, and wandered far away.
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There seemed no hope for him, and in his despair he wandered away to the ocean shore.
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In the evening as I wandered the streets, that voice of God, '_Turn ye, turn ye_,' gave me great uneasiness.
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At others he paced his room, or wandered about the house, or made an attempt at gardening -which soon ended in pain and exhaustion.
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The conduct of those at the window went far to reassure him, for their eyes wandered over the gloom with evident uncertainty, convincing him that his presence was only suspected, not discovered.
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As the time passed, he sat himself down and tried to read, but his thoughts wandered.
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In this magnificent park-across these beautiful gardens, with great vases of marble-under long arcades of verdure peopled with more statues-both wandered separately, like two sad shadows, meeting sometimes but never speaking.
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Corporal Doyle and two other members of the detachment got lost, and wandered off among the crowd of Cubans, but soon found the battery and rejoined.
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A stonechat he was sure it must be, and he wandered on till he came to a great silver fir, and thought that he spied a pigeon's nest among the multitudinous branches.
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White, cotton-like clouds unfolded above the blossoming trees; patches of blue appeared and disappeared; and he wandered on again, beguiled this time by many errant scents and wilful little breezes.
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He tried when he was in Kilronan to obtain the Archbishop's consent and collaboration; Moran was trying now: he did not know that he was succeeding any better; and Father Oliver reflected a while on the peculiar temperament of their diocesan, and jumping down from the rock on which he had been sitting, he wandered along the sunny shore, thinking of the many letters he had addressed to the Board of Works on the subject of the bridge.
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He wrapped the slices in paper and wandered without thought for whither he was going, watching the birds in the branches, interested in everything.
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Many a time he had wandered in the dungeons, and listened to old stories of oubliettes.
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There were some rough chimney-pieces high up in the grass-grown walls, but beyond these really nothing to be seen, and he wandered out seeking traces of terraces along the hillside.
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Now, when we find ourselves delighting to this extent in the visible, we may be sure that our lives have wandered far away from spiritual things.
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Examples of Wandered

Example #1
There was work to do in England, work too little done-the memory of the great meeting at Heddington flashed upon him.
Example #2
Would he not prove to be as much out of place as was the face of that English girl?
Example #3
Here sat a seller of sugar cane; there wandered, clanking his brasses, a merchant of sweet waters; there shouted a cheap-jack of the Nile the virtues of a knife from Sheffield.
Example #4
He was scarcely aware where he was.
Example #5
Yonder a camel-driver squatted and counted his earnings; and a sheepdealer haggled with the owner of a ghiassa bound for the sands of the North.
Example #6
He had wandered on until he had come to the end of the bridge and into the great groups of traffickers who, at this place, made a market of their wares.