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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishitineranti‧tin‧e‧rant /aɪˈtɪnərənt/ adjective [only before noun] formal  TRAVELtravelling from place to place, especially to work itinerant labourersitinerant noun [countable]
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itinerantThree or four centuries ago a group of itinerant actors had asked for the protection of some traveling Raika.Most local news directors are transients, moving from market to market like itinerant baseball players.itinerant farm workersThe use of itinerant magistrates gradually increased, making prosecutions more convenient.Farmers fled to work as itinerant merchants; the amount of cultivated grain land shrank from 12,350 acres to less than 5,000.From boyhood he worked on local farms and became an itinerant Methodist preacher.Shunned, he remained an Episcopalian but in 1772 turned itinerant to add a six-hundred-mile circuit to his regular charge.The pickers came every summer when the hops were ripe: families of itinerant workers who moved about the island like gypsies.
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