Definition of Itinerate

1. Verb. Travel from place to place, as for work. "An itinerating merchant"

Generic synonyms: Move Around, Travel
Derivative terms: Itinerant



Definition of Itinerate

1. v. i. To wander without a settled habitation; to travel from place or on a circuit, particularly for the purpose of preaching, lecturing, etc.

Definition of Itinerate

1. Verb. To travel from place to place ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Itinerate

1. [v -ATED, -ATING, -ATES]

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Literary usage of Itinerate

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1. The Life and Times of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A., Founder of the Methodists by Luke Tyerman (1872)
"... to itinerate as a Methodist preacher. His Age 54 journeys became less frequent and extensive, till his ministrations were chiefly confined to Bristol ..."

2. Memoranda of the Experience, Labors, and Travels of a Universalist Preacher by George Rogers (1845)
"Takes the charge of a little society at Trenton, NJ—Is somewhat annoyed by ranters—Begins to itinerate—His ignorance on practical subjects—Is a ..."

3. The Life and Times of Selina, Countess of Huntingdon by Aaron Crossley Hobart Seymour (1840)
"... visit to Ireland—near being murdered—United Brethren—Mr. Piers—Mr. Shirley—Mr. Wesley visits Ireland—Mr. Charles Wesley ceases to itinerate—Success of ..."

4. Memoirs of the Life of Nathaniel Stacy, Preacher of the Gospel of Universal by Nathaniel Stacy (1850)
"... of feeling among the inhabitants of the country, and progress of the doctrine—Begins to itinerate through the counties of Oneida^ Chenango, &c. ..."

5. Evangelical Christendom: Christian Work and the News of the Churches by Evangelical Alliance (1892)
"From these centres they itinerate in the interior, visiting towns, villages, and out of the way places ; in winter during the rainy season, and in summer ..."

6. The history of the religious movement of the eighteenth century, called by Abel Stevens (1860)
"... he ceased to itinerate in the latter part of 1756, and thenceforward mostly confined himself to its head-quarters in London and Bristol. ..."

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