wander, rove, ramble, range, walk, drift, dally, dawdle, cruise, stroll, amble, meander, saunter, stray, prowl, perambulate, travel, voyage, peregrinate, circumambulate, traipse, gallivant, jaunt, Colloq mosey, swan:
They spent a year roaming about the continent, staying wherever they pleased.
The animals were allowed to roam free.
VERB + ROAM
allow sb/sth to, let sb/sth
Her eyes roamed over him, assessing him.
roaming through the town
the freedom/right to roam
Ramblers are calling for the right to roam to be made law.
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