wanders aimlessly

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  • Chance is a man lost in the woods; he never arrives; he wanders aimlessly. Cited from The Breath of Life, by John Burroughs
  • She wanders aimlessly, naked and unable to feed herself, for several days.
  • He then wanders aimlessly, desperation growing as the worth of life slips away.
  • Hannah wanders aimlessly until she sees a Catholic Church and goes in.
  • John wanders aimlessly through the jungle upon his wife's death, only sadly recollecting memories of her.
  • As soon as he recovers the use of his muscles he leaves his den for good and wanders aimlessly about until he comes upon the track of some female. Cited from American Big Game in Its Haunts, by Various
  • Donald is then unable to see and wanders aimlessly, eventually falling into a honey jar.
  • As all this happens, Sam, having nowhere to go, wanders aimlessly through the streets.
  • He wanders aimlessly for a time before meeting the 'latex-lip' woman again, who has a whole range of similar disguises.
  • She wanders aimlessly, but eventually hears that they are being held hostage in Lantenac's castle.
  • He wanders aimlessly until he comes to a tavern, where he hears the sounds of merriment and laughter.
  • She wanders aimlessly afterward, caring little for her own life, and is saved by a horse, then rescued by villagers.
  • "Layover" shows a young man who misses his flight and instead of returning home to people who assume he has caught his flight wanders aimlessly for the whole day.
  • Dazed, he wanders aimlessly until Tiantian finds her father in the streets, drenched by the rain.
  • In the final chapter, Raju has left the circus and wanders aimlessly.
  • Kelis then wanders aimlessly to a beach and sits holding a parasol singing.
  • The Girl, deranged, wanders aimlessly through the battlefield and comes upon the Boy badly wounded and unconscious.
  • Lucia, weeping, wanders aimlessly around outside her house.
  • A victim of family disgrace and shame, he wanders aimlessly.
  • He describes, in particular, the scene where Devdas, after his beloved Parvati has been married to another, wanders aimlessly, drinking and shooting down birds at random.
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