Simple past tense and past participle of meander. (verb)
Examples of word meandered
Bear River has again meandered into a valley, at the mouth of Talma's Fork; thus far it varies from fifty to one hundred yards wide, is rapid and seldom fordable; its naked borders present nothing but an occasional lone cluster of willows, save in
TORONTO: JOSE BAUTISTA, OF Until this season, he was probably not even the best-known Jose Bautista in major league history; a pitcher by that name meandered through five teams from 1988 to 1997.
When the original GLO survey was made, the surveyors, upon reaching a stream, were supposed to determine if in fact, that stream should be "meandered".
Button just kind of meandered along through the life of the lead and possibly turned off audiences because of it, so I can see how this might appeal to Fincher.
As fanatically demanding of attention as Jude was when I came over, Scout, in contrast, made no noise at all, just kind of meandered in & stuck his nose in my face...