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Date: 1600-1700
Language: French
Origin: péripatétique, from Latin, from Greek, from peripatein 'to walk up and down'

peripatetic

adjective
     
per‧i‧pa‧tet‧ic formal
travelling from place to place, especially in order to do your job:
a peripatetic music teacher

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