peregrinate


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  • verb

Synonyms for peregrinate

to make or go on a journey

to travel about or journey on foot

to move about at random, especially over a wide area

Words related to peregrinate

travel around, through, or over, especially on foot

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Has Morsi allowed serial killers to peregrinate unchallenged?
Then we had Mr Houllier and now Rafa Benitez is following the steps of so many of his predecessors and the general tide of football managers, particularly Avram Grant, who seems to peregrinate between clubs.
Since the holes were fixed at particular points, the freedom with which the Globe's groundlings can usually peregrinate was denied here.
By contrast, Crispian individuals are "restful" if putridly subsistent beings, their liberation from conditions bespeaking both their lack of soteriological autonomy and their deliverance from the need to peregrinate, along the road to salvation, from one stage of potential being to another.
By "away" is meant works and projects that delve into the world, whether they be through Montaigne's essay-machine that will peregrinate "as long as there will be ink and paper in the world," or through documents of oceanic exploration.