verb (used without object), i·tin·er·at·ed, i·tin·er·at·ing.
Origin of itinerate
Examples from the Web for itinerate
Yesterday came one of those bands of music that seem to itinerate everywhere about the country.Passages From the English Notebooks, Volume 1|Nathaniel Hawthorne
His strong suit was his itinerate susceptibility; but his main anchorage was his better five-fifths.Skookum Chuck Fables|Skookum Chuck (pseud for R.D. Cumming)
What's happened to you, since you used to itinerate with the Iroquois Extract of Life?The Clarion|Samuel Hopkins Adams
Blessed be God, I have been strengthened to itinerate and preach daily for some time.George Whitefield|Joseph Belcher
If you itinerate like a European, you will only frighten the people; if as a native, you will be dead in one year.Henry Martyn Saint and Scholar|George Smith
c.1600, from Late Latin itineratus, past participle of itinerare "to travel" (see itinerant). Especially "to travel from place to place preaching" (1775). Related: Itinerated; itinerating.