Verb (used without object) : He maundered through life without a single ambition. From Dictionary.com.
It was everything that England wasn't: no censorious social critics, none of that upper-class British inhibition, a concept of time that made this habitual maunderer seem punctual and, best of all, a climate that allowed one to grow plants and animals in lush profusion. From Wordnik.com. [Las Pozas: Edward James' fantasy stands tall in a jungle in Mexico] Reference
Otherwise this irritable maunderer would have known that, everything else apart, I am heartily tired of the responsibilities of youth under any such constant surveillance. From Wordnik.com. [Jurgen A Comedy of Justice] Reference
They don't say, like that poor old maunderer I read this morning, that there's no use preparing -- that a million phagocytes will spring to arms overnight if their country's invaded. From Wordnik.com. [The Wrong Twin] Reference
Mungo’s irreverence in chuckling over his own wit, and only farther alluded to it by saying — “We must give the old maunderer bos in linguam — something to stop his mouth, or he will rail at us from Dan to Beersheba. —. From Wordnik.com. [The Fortunes of Nigel] Reference
"Who is the maunderer, I'd like to know?. From Wordnik.com. [The Dop Doctor] Reference
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