itinerants[ ahy-tin-er-uhnt, ih-tin- ]SEE DEFINITION OF itinerants
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Anything beyond the three R's was generally taught by itinerants.
Late in the evening I directed my steps across the bridge to the green, where I had discoursed with the p. 26Irish itinerants.
Late in the evening I directed my steps across the bridge to the green, where I had discoursed with the Irish itinerants.
And, though Whitefield did not organise the results of his labours, he prepared the way for Wesley's itinerants.
They had already erected a log house, cleared a few acres of land, and founded a home both for themselves and passing Itinerants.
The missionaries through whom northern Europe and England were converted were itinerants.
Unknown, and in silence, they were domiciliated in courts and in families, throughout all nations; and some roamed as itinerants.
People of intelligence are growing tired of the platitudes of the pulpit—the iterations of the itinerants.
On his first round he stopped at "Squire Scrub's," as all other itinerants had done before him.
The Friars Mendicant were discovered to be in league with her, and these itinerants were ready-made missionaries of sedition.