Jace Lacob talked to the peripatetic actress about her many TV roles.
Meanwhile, Al-Liby's family lived a peripatetic existence that included spells in Sudan and Qatar.
Still, Brandolini is influenced by her background and her peripatetic youth.
Kim Richards is the most peripatetic of the bunch, and has moved twice since shooting The Real Housewives.
His parents were divorced, he had a peripatetic childhood, and a brother and sister both died in car accidents.
She was what might be called—charitably—a peripatetic person, and she reeked of very strong perfume.
Plato was the chief of the academic sect, and Aristotle of the peripatetic.
The peripatetic school at Athens suffered severely by the loss.
There was no catalogue, the smiling director forming a peripatetic one.
The life contemplative and peripatetic would literally bore me into a living death.
c.1400, "disciple of Aristotle," from Old French perypatetique (14c.), from Latin peripateticus "pertaining to the disciples or philosophy of Aristotle," from Greek peripatetikos "given to walking about" (especially while teaching), from peripatein "walk up and down, walk about," from peri- "around" (see peri-) + patein "to walk, tread" (see find (v.)). Aristotle's custom was to teach while strolling through the Lyceum in Athens. In English, the philosophical meaning is older than that of "person who wanders about" (1610s).
1560s in the philosophical sense, 1640s in the literal sense; see peripatetic (n.).