maunder

maunder \MAWN-der\ verb

1 : chiefly Brit : grumble
2 : to wander slowly and idly
3 : to speak indistinctly or disconnectedly

I wunder as I maunder out under the sky…

It’s been a maundery kind of day…
No, really, it has.

Anyone else think this sounds Shakespearean? I can imagine Hamlet maundering as he plotted to kill Claudius and avenge his father’s foul murder…
(Guess what I’m teaching year 8 at the mo??)

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