itinerant

Part of speech: adjective

Going from place to place.

Part of speech: noun

One, as a preacher, who travels from place to place.

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Usage examples "itinerant":

  1. Good- by, Mr. Brown;" and Clarence trotted off: but he had scarce got sixty yards before he heard the itinerant merchant cry out, " Mr. Linden, Mr. Linden!" - "The Disowned, Complete", Edward Bulwer-Lytton.
  2. The Friar was an itinerant evangelist, always on the move. - "The Coming of the Friars", Augustus Jessopp.
  3. The English judges are not found fixed in local municipal centres, they are itinerant. - "The Historic Thames", Hilaire Belloc.