around aimlessly

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  • They walk around aimlessly, and if you touch them, you get hurt.
  • But not to make this construction means to feel around aimlessly, and to give up the job before it has been really begun. Cited from Criminal Psychology, by Hans Gross
  • After the goal was scored, the two teams kicked the ball around aimlessly for the rest of the match.
  • They are usually brown and are most commonly seen walking around aimlessly, often as an obstacle, in video games.
  • Afterwards, the players then proceeded to just kick the ball around aimlessly for the remainder of the match.
  • Some days afterward she was rambling around aimlessly, when she met a girl friend, and they chatted about various matters. Cited from A Little Girl in Old Salem, by Amanda Minnie Douglas
  • She stares at a large video screen for a while and then wanders around aimlessly.
  • As a result, he would often do crazy and odd things, such as drive around aimlessly for hours, determined to hear a specific song on the radio.
  • In a manner similar to Mosser, Cook forced the deputy to drive around aimlessly.
  • One or two others floated around aimlessly, with dreamy eyes, as if they were already lost in the past which now pressed so closely at hand. Cited from As Seen By Me, by Lilian Bell
  • The other two splashed around aimlessly and now and then remonstrated. Cited from The Sturdy Oak, by Samuel Merwin, et al.
  • He wandered around aimlessly for five years before returning to New York City, and found himself once again wanting to be a hero.
  • Most have simple actions such as wandering around aimlessly, shooting or throwing projectiles out randomly.
  • The complete translation would be "go -- around aimlessly".
  • Monsters in Grandia are visible on the field and wander around aimlessly until the party gets close.
  • Wheatley created them to have boxes that walk on buttons themselves, but failed since Frankenturrets only walk around aimlessly.
  • I just continues walking around aimlessly in Kyoto.
  • Instead, we may have the protagonist wander around aimlessly for the whole movie, with nothing of real importance happening to drive him from one activity to the other.
  • The woman drives them around aimlessly while Miller signs the books, and they talk about the book's subject, debating the finer points.
  • She walks around aimlessly when Muniyandi is away at work and wanders into the gardens, touching each flower with supreme wonder.
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