Winds up in - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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wind up in
To arrive some place or in some situation. The phrase implies that getting there was not planned. My brother is a very spontaneous traveler and just spends his time in whatever country he winds up in! We had some time to kill before the concert, so we walked around and wound up in a coffee shop.
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Eventually, Turner instils Lorenzo with enough courage so that he winds up in
the arms of Denise (Deborah Duchesne) who's been obsessed with Lorenzo for quite a while.
Through a combination of disasters, Conrad loses his job at Croker foods and winds up in