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

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migratory

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To save money, I lived nomadically for the next seven years, crisscrossing America by car (and sleeping in that car more times than I care to admit).
Not to mention that once the tenets of agriculture were grasped, people could stop wandering around nomadically like the hunter-gatherers of yore had done (due to the need to constantly find new animals to hunt and gather) and settle in what would eventually become cities.
A parallel characteristic of fully developed honors students might be that they are able to engage twists and turns of thought, to think critically, experimentally, nomadically, and to climb in and out of rhizomes (messes of thought, messes in our world).
It is a truly American conflict to struggle between two forces--to wander nomadically or put down roots.
Francis thematic historic district and is now home to the Twin Cities CDC on the bottom floor after 30 years of the agency living nomadically.
According to Saleh-Isfahani (2002), most Iranians reside in medium to large cities (more than 50%), with the remainder living in small towns or nomadically.
Many companies are operating with flexible workforces operating nomadically ('road warriors') or from home.
This is much greater than the distance lobsters are known to move when they are either home denning (an aggregate working a home range of not greater than ~100 m), or when they are nomadically denning (the aggregate moving farther but still not greater than about 350 m; Stull 1991).
Those characters who show any sort of enlightenment triggered by a religious experience tend to live somewhat nomadically in this novel, and try when possible to do some good in the world.
6) A rite organized for St Elijah's day (20 July) was described in the early 20th century among the European Nenets, a Samoyed people who lived nomadically herding reindeer on the Arctic tundra.
The what-sayer wanders nomadically among these states, never quite arriving or leaving, a liminal narrator of and in a liminal tale" (594).
Latour's belief is life-affirming: though the Indians lacked the sacraments, God tabernacled nomadically with them.
The overall result was to turn Somalis precisely into 'desert gypsies -- unreliable, shiftless people without home or hearth, living nomadically just like gypsies but roaming the desert rather than the cities of Europe, and, like the older negative stereotype of gypsies, living not by wage labour but through shady financial transactions.