Part of speech:
Traveling from place to place, especially to perform work or a duty:
Capable of moving or of being moved readily from place to place:
Traveling, especially on foot.
(Basketball) A violation committed by progressing while holding the ball instead of dribbling it.
(In the plural) Material that floats in a liquid.
(Law) Not yet legally fixed or settled; alterable.
Completely such; thoroughgoing:
The definition of nomadic is a person or people who are part of a tribe or group that moves from place to place without a permanent home.
Of or relating to the philosophy or teaching methods of Aristotle, who conducted discussions while walking about in the Lyceum of ancient Athens.
Moving in a random fashion; having no fixed direction or pattern:
A vague, poorly delineated set of minor offenses (dating from the downfall of feudalism in England, when there was an acute shortage of laborers), such as being in a condition of unemployment, wandering from place to place with no apparent purpose, and having no visible means of support. More recently, the police have utilized vagrancy statutes for arresting persons thought to have committed a crime, when lack of probable cause for the person’s arrest is lacking. Vagrancy statutes have not been well received by the courts, due to their abuse, and have often been declared unconstitutional due to their vagueness, and their ignoring of due process.
Traveling about, especially in search of adventure
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