Synonyms of maunder in English:

maunder


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verb

1‘he maundered on about his problems’

SYNONYMS
ramble, prattle, prate, blather, blether, blither, drivel, rattle, chatter, jabber, gabble, babble
Scottish, Irish slabber
informal gab, yak, yackety-yak, yabber, yatter
British informal rabbit, witter, waffle, natter, chunter
archaic twaddle, clack

2‘she maundered across the road’

SYNONYMS
wander, drift, meander, amble, dawdle, potter, straggle
British informal mooch
ANTONYMS

march