Synonyms for itinerant
- on foot
- riding the rails
Antonyms for itinerant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ITINERANT
For miles we only meet two road-menders and an itinerant glazier.
After a few years he quitted his cellar, and became an itinerant dealer in hair.
Therefore let no man be an itinerant mendicant and he will not be beset with pain.
How mysterious was the providence which induced me to enter the itinerant ministry.
Some of these itinerant writing craftsmen had professional fame.
Art thou some itinerant mountebank, or some unguessed-of friend?
I think I mentioned to you that my father is an itinerant preacher.
He overtook another of these itinerant masses, and examined it.
The itinerant trio, having become a duet, gave up work for that day.
By 1785 itinerant dentists had built up a lucrative practice.
1560s (attested in Anglo-Latin from late 13c.), from Late Latin itinerantem (nominative itinerans), present participle of itinerare "to travel," from Latin iter (genitive itineris) "journey," from ire "go" (see ion). Originally in reference to circuit courts.