roam /ˈroʊm/ verb roams; roamed; roam·ing
: to go to different places without having a particular purpose or plan [no obj] ▪ The cattle roamed in search of water. ▪ Goats roam free on the mountain. ▪ He roamed about in search of work. ▪ The chickens are able to roam around freely in the farmyard. ▪ We roamed around town for a while before dinner. ▪ She liked to roam through the woods. [+ obj] ▪ Sheep roamed the hills. ▪ Tourists roamed the streets. ▪ She spent the day roaming [=surfing] the Internet. ▪ His eyes roamed [=he looked carefully around] the room in search of the cat.