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  • verbjourney
  • verbhike
  • verbrove

synonyms for peregrinate

  • circuit
  • cruise
  • fare
  • fly
  • go
  • hie
  • hop
  • jaunt
  • jet
  • junket
  • pass
  • proceed
  • process
  • ramble
  • range
  • repair
  • roam
  • rove
  • tour
  • travel
  • traverse
  • trek
  • trip
  • voyage
  • wander
  • wend
  • globe trot
  • go places
  • hit the road
  • knock about
  • push on
  • safari
  • take a trip
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antonyms for peregrinate

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  • break
  • remain
  • stay
  • stop
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How to use peregrinate in a sentence

But I seem to travel, to peregrinate, less and less—and I am reduced to living on my past accumulations.
THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES (VOLUME I)HENRY JAMES
I sometimes go to Windsor, and the very next one I shall peregrinate over to Eton on the chance of a sight of his portrait.
THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES, VOL. IIHENRY JAMES
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WORDS RELATED TO PEREGRINATE

  • circuit
  • cruise
  • fare
  • fly
  • globe trot
  • go
  • go places
  • hie
  • hop
  • jaunt
  • jet
  • junket
  • knock about
  • pass
  • peregrinate
  • proceed
  • process
  • push on
  • ramble
  • range
  • repair
  • roam
  • rove
  • safari
  • take a trip
  • tour
  • traverse
  • trek
  • voyage
  • wander
  • wend
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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