is applied to individuals who wander about without a fixed home, and implies shiftlessness, disorderliness, etc.
is applied to tribes or groups of people who have no permanent home, but move about constantly in search of food for themselves, pasture for the animals they herd, etc.
implies a walking or moving about in carrying on some activity and is applied humorously to persons who are always on the go
specifically implies ability to walk about an ambulatory patient
applies to persons whose work or profession requires them to travel from place to place itinerant laborers, an itinerant preacher
Find another word for itinerant. In this page you can discover 24 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for itinerant, like: nomadic, migratory, roaming, wandering, peripatetic, traveler, roving, vagrant, nomad, wanderer and vagabond.
The work of the itinerant instructors is very varied.
With a salary granted to him by parliament he resumed his itinerant preaching in Wales.
As an itinerant auctioneer he became well acquainted with the Germans in the S.E.
In this state it is sold to itinerant dealers.
The view of frankpledge (visus franciplegii), or the duty of ascertaining that the law with regard to frankpledges was complied with, was in the hands of the sheriffs, who held an itinerant court called the "sheriff's tourn" for this and other purposes.