Shreve, in a move of astonishing hubris, decided in 1831 to dredge a five-mile shortcut across a long meander on the Mississippi, saving 18 river-miles.
Unfortunately, Allen can't maintain this consistent level of humor or energy, and Small Time Crooks begins to meander aimlessly.
Other tracks distinctly lack progression; a drum loop plods along with murky synth bass lines only to cut off suddenly, or meander without significant development or resolution.
I will be writing about costs of living, food and booze on a slow meander in the sun.
Occasionally songs do meander and merge into one another, lost in the acoustic haze.
He allows plot points and characters to meander around meaninglessly, while avoiding obvious elements like purpose and plausibility.
Aas soon as I let down my guard a thought of Gavin would meander into my brain and make as much noise as it could.
Another meander takes us into the house of a female healer.
The area grew and prospered during the Industrial Revolution, but it's now an oasis of green calm, where canals and rivers meander through hills dotted with sheep and dry-stone walls.
Quite apart form this, a slow meander down the Siq establishes the mystery of this ‘lost’ city and builds up a sense of anticipation around every corner.