verb[no object, with adverbial] archaic or humorous
Travel or wander from place to place: we peregrinated over Stanmore, and visited the Castles of Bowes and Brougham
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- It peregrinates around the limbs of trees.
- The latter part of the performance elucidated the duo's versatility and interpretation ability to its fullest extent, as the duo peregrinated throughout classical Latin American tradition.
- The problem - or at least the difference - is simply that it was based not only on the author's experience but on the soap-operatic adventures of her boozing, man-loving, peregrinating mother.
late 16th century (earlier ( Middle English) as peregrination): from Latin peregrinat- 'travelled abroad', from the verb peregrinari, from peregrinus 'foreign, travelling'.
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- With the fast-food fad having gained considerable ground, among the local people and peregrinators for some time now, there has been a healthy competition between bondas and bhajis on one side and hot-dogs and hamburgers on the other.
- Famous representatives of this genre, such as Herodotus and Marco Polo, as well as a host of minor peregrinators, never actually encountered the phenomenon in question.
- Yiddish is like a wanderer, a peregrinator who goes from inn to inn on a long road, and at each end he has a little drink, - I mean language - and he assimilated drink into his own mind and into his own heart, and he becomes enriched.
Definition of peregrinate in:
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