wander away (from someone or something)

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wander away (from someone or something)

To leave, depart, or stray (from someone or something) in a meandering, ambling manner. I thought the kid was still right next to me, but he must have wandered away while I wasn't looking. We started getting bored, so we wandered away from the hotel to see if anything interesting was happening in the city. It's really easy to get lost in this town, so please don't wander away on your own!
See also: away, someone, wander
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wander away (from someone or something)

 and wander off (from someone or something)
to roam away from someone or something. The little boy wandered away from his mother. He wandered off from his sister. The dog wandered off.
See also: away, wander
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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