verb (used without object), no·mad·ized, no·mad·iz·ing.
to live in the manner of a nomad.
verb (used with object), no·mad·ized, no·mad·iz·ing.
to cause (a person, tribe, etc.) to become nomadic.
Also especially British, no·mad·ise.
Origin of nomadize
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Related Words for nomadizetrek, shift, drift, roam, immigrate, emigrate, wander, voyage, transmigrate, leave, range, journey, rove, nomadize
(intr) to live as nomads
(tr) to make into nomads
(tr) to people (a place) with nomads
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