Definition of nomadic in English:

nomadic

Line breaks: no|mad¦ic
Pronunciation: /nəʊˈmadɪk
 
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adjective

Living the life of a nomad; wandering: nomadic herdsmen
More example sentences
  • In 1911-14 he led a nomadic life, sometimes living in a caravan and camping with gypsies.
  • It is a land of endless bush, villages, nomadic cattle herdsmen and subsistence farmers.
  • These nomadic people wander freely covering vast distances, oblivious to national borders.

Derivatives

nomadically

adverb
More example sentences
  • Instead he slipped into the role of international playboy and jet-setter; he never established roots, but moved nomadically from one film set to another.
  • As France's Public Enemy Number One grows in notoriety, he drives nomadically back and forth between the Mediterranean coast and a French seaside town, where a besotted 16-year-old girlfriend sits idly and waits for him.

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