wander off


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wander off

(from someone or something) Go to wander away (from someone or something).
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She added that it was evident that most of the kids were getting lost at the playground because they wander off from playgrounds within the site, having been left there by their parents.
The real fault is theirs for allowing kids so young to wander off unsupervised.
When trainers wander off, tigers, please do not stay tame.
From the galleries, corridors wander off into outstretched wings of various classrooms, administration and practice rooms, where the mood gradually becomes more introverted and concentrated.
See what happens to girls who wander off the path or accept rides from strangers.
His dancers search the skies and wander off, leaving a solitary woman standing.
Amos and his colleagues suggest that males find mates when two pods intermingle- boaters have observed aggregations of more than 1,000 pilot whales - or that the males may occasionally wander off for a brief mating foray.
The Alzheimer's Society said the plan could empower patients by giving them more freedom to wander off and could help families care for patients for longer.
Children so young should never be allowed to wander off unsupervised.
One's natural inclination to wander off and inspect is dynamised in the hall at Huelva by the architect's manipulation of plane and light.
they take in a small amount, get a smile on their face and wander off into the sunset.