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How to Pronounce meander?

Correct pronunciation for the word "meander" is [miːˈandə], [miːˈandə], [m_iː__ˈa_n_d_ə].

"Meander" in context

Meander is an ancient geological phenomenon which involves the bending of a river or stream as it flows through an area of land. The result of meandering is the formation of a serpent-like path of bends and curves in the land which gives the river or stream a unique visibility and shape in the landscape. The word 'meander' and the phenomenon itself have ancient origins in Greek mythology where it was believed that the river god Maeander would meander his way across the Aegean and Ionian Sea.

What are similar-sounding words for meander?

Usage over time for meander:

This graph shows how "meander" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

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