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Synonyms for peripatetic

Synonyms for peripatetic

leading the life of a person without a fixed domicile; moving from place to place

Words related to peripatetic

a person who walks from place to place

a follower of Aristotle or an adherent of Aristotelianism

of or relating to Aristotle or his philosophy

traveling especially on foot

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Your decision to make Bill Clinton a roving special ambassador for public diplomacy almost requires that you have this capability worldwide because he will certainly travel peripatetically and you will certainly want to make sure that he is carrying your distinct message.
Near the opening of L'Humanite, the spectator is confronted with a gruesome and unflinching view of a dead girl's naked torso lying in a field, but the film is only peripatetically concerned with the unravelling of this mystery.
Trainee cook, assistant cook, working peripatetically within the borough of Middlesbrough.
He recounted his imprisonment in some of Richmond's jails, and later in Georgia's Andersonville stockade, which is still remembered as a human hog-wallow, then in various prisons peripatetically, while eluding Sherman's inexorable march.
Greeley, too delicate for the rough uses of a school, received his instruction at home, peripatetically, in the Greek manner, between three and four o'clock in the afternoon, from a withered hack who ran a small school for boys, and who, for a substantial sum, winked considerately and assured Pett that her son had already received the equivalent of a university education.
Richard Kimble (David Janssen) escaped from his captors and peripatetically wandered the U.