I have been quite a roamer in strange places, and at first had a fancy for a life of adventure.
At the same moment something pushed the roamer forward and down, down, down.
Let skunk or fox, or other roamer through the grass, creep ever so stealthily, he will be seen and avoided by flight.
You seldom find a fisherman but who has been more or less of a roamer and adventurer.
He was a natural hunter, roamer, woodsman; as unworldly as a child, and as simple and transparent.
The adventurous, dare-devil spirit of the roamer, the incarnate gipsy, always looked out of his insolent eyes.
He thought he could see smoke over central Manhattan and swung the roamer in that direction.
It was a horse, he knew, but whether it was a roamer of the range or a beast bearing a rider, he could not tell.
Munn made a slight gesture to roamer, who rose and went to the door, and opened it.
c.1300, romen, possibly from Old English *ramian "act of wandering about," which is probably related to aræman "arise, lift up." There are no certain cognate forms in other Germanic languages, but Barnhart points to Old Norse reimuðr "act of wandering about," reimast "to haunt." "Except in late puns, there is no evidence of connexion with the Romance words denoting pilgrims or pilgrimages to Rome ...." [OED], such as Spanish romero "a pilot-fish; a pilgrim;" Old French romier "travelling as a pilgrim; a pilgrim," from Medieval Latin romerius "a pilgrim" (originally to Rome). Related: Roamed; roamer; roaming.
To use a cellular phone outside of one's own service area: Hi honey. I'm roaming in San Francisco (1990s+)