1. intransitive. To grumble, mutter, moan. Now regional.Very common in the 17th cent.
a. intransitive. To move or act in a dreamy, idle, or purposeless manner; to dawdle. Frequently with along, away, over. Cf. dander v. 1.
a. intransitive. To talk in a dreamy, rambling, or incoherent manner; to ramble or wander in one's talk. Frequently with away, on. Cf. dander v. 2a.
b. transitive. To say in a dreamy, rambling, or incoherent manner. Also with away, out. Now rare.
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