wander from (someone or something)

wander from (someone or something)

1. To stray or move away from someone or something in a meandering, ambling manner. What's this toddler doing here all by herself? She must have wandered from her parents. Please don't wander from the hotel at night. It isn't safe in this city after sundown.
2. To act contrary to some established moral, principle, ideology, etc. I wandered from the teachings of my church when I was in college, but I came to embrace them again a couple of years after I graduated. He wandered from his marriage vows, but I found it in my heart to forgive him.
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wander from something

to stray from something, such as a path, a set of rules, etc. Please do not wander from the path I have set for you. If you wander from our guidelines, your finished product may not be acceptable.
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