wind (one's) way

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wind (one's) way

To move or progress at a gradual pace along a twisting or circuitous path or route. Usually followed by a prepositional phrase or directional adverb, such as "along," "through," "across," etc. You'll have to wind your way through the forest to reach the river. The bus wound its way up the narrow mountain road. We've been winding our way along the East Coast to sample all the different local cuisine.
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