One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘they wended their way across the city’
meander, make one's way, wind one's way, find one's way, pick one's way
wander, potter, amble, stroll, saunter, drift, roam, breeze, float, cruise, swan, waltz, traipse, trog
go, proceed, travel, move, pass, walk, journey
informal mosey, toddle, truck, bat
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