- travelling about without any clear destination
- move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
- be sexually unfaithful to one's partner in marriage
- go via an indirect route or at no set pace
- to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course
- lose clarity or turn aside esp. from the main subject of attention or course of a......
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[n] - travelling about without any clear destination
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• a. & n. from Wander, v. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Wander
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roving noun travelling about without any clear destination; `she followed him in his wanderings and looked after him`
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[dementia] Wandering, in persons with dementia, is a common behavior that can cause great risk for the person, and is often the major priority (and concern) for caregivers. It is estimated to be the most common form disruption from people with dementia within institutions. Although it occurs in several types of dementia, wandering is especi...
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Wan'der·ing adjective & noun from Wander , v. Wandering albatross (Zoology) , the great white albatross. See Illust. of Albatross . -- Wandering cell (Physiol.) , an animal cell which possesses the power of...
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A tendency to keep on the move, either in an aimless or confused fashion, or in pursuit of an indefinable or unattainable goal (Stokes’86). It may be indicative of a person’s need for exercise or their feeling of boredom. Two associated risks (1) possibility person may become exhausted or (2) their safety and security in some environments may b...
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Common behavior that causes people with dementia to stray and become lost in familiar surroundings.
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In the mid to late stages of Alzheimer's disease patients often become disoriented and wander away from their home or familiar surroundings. It is important that families recognize the dangers that this behavior presents and that they provide a safe environment for the person with Alzheimer's disease. Private duty sitters, adult day care or long te...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: wahn′dĕr-ing Definitions: 1. Moving about; not fixed; abnormally motile.
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