daunder

daunder

(ˈdɔːndə) ,

dauner

or

dawner

n
1. a walk or amble
2. a bout of quaking or trembling
vb (intr)
3. to amble or walk
4. to talk without making sense
5. to shudder or quake
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I'm not sure if Paula will be watching, but if she is it would be horrible to watch someone just daunder round.
I daunder about the place, ending up in Badachro Inn for a big bowl of soup and more of my book.
Just a daunder, she said, to fill in the afternoon.
You see, folks, after a wee daunder down Buchanan Street the other day, I've come to the conclusion that Glasgow's biggest library is actually Borders books.