ADV

slowly
aimlessly
disconsolately, restlessly
happily
at will, freely
The cattle are allowed to wander freely
just, simply
Simply wandering is a pleasure in itself
far, further (afield)
One day she wandered further afield
about, across, along, around/round, away, back, in, off, out, over
He just wandered in one day and asked for a job

VERB + WANDER

be free to
Visitors are free to wander through the gardens and woods
allow sb/sth to, let sb/sth
How could you let him wander off like that?

PREP

across, all over, along, among, around, into, out of, round, through, towards
Don't go wandering all over the house! He wandered into a bar and ordered a drink

PHRASES

find sb wandering
They found him wandering around aimlessly

ADV

a little

VERB + WANDER

begin to
His attention was beginning to wander
allow sth to, let sth
Lissa let her mind wander a little

PREP

from, to
My thoughts wandered from the exam questions to my interview the next day