Origin of peripatetic
OTHER WORDS FROM peripateticper·i·pa·tet·i·cal·ly, adverbper·i·pa·tet·i·cism [per-uh-puh-tet-uh-siz-uhm], /ˌpɛr ə pəˈtɛt əˌsɪz əm/, noun
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How to use peripatetic in a sentence
Born into poverty, he led a peripatetic life, which included a stint in the circus.
Instead, knowing that Saudi law will force her to give up Hanadi to Muneer when she turns 7, Saeedah absconds with her daughter, embarking on a peripatetic life of deception that will haunt the three members of this small, fractured family.Eman Quotah’s engrossing debut, ‘Bride of the Sea,’ offers Americans a nuanced view of the Saudi Kingdom|Keija Parssinen|February 2, 2021|Washington Post
Meanwhile, Al-Liby's family lived a peripatetic existence that included spells in Sudan and Qatar.Did the U.S. Make a Mistake In Seizing Anas al-Liby?|Jamie Dettmer|October 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Still, Brandolini is influenced by her background and her peripatetic youth.
Jace Lacob talked to the peripatetic actress about her many TV roles.
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.
In our time there flourished at that place remarkable persons of the Peripatetic sect of philosophers, Athenæus and Xenarchus.
He used to walk about when teaching and from this circumstance his sect was called (p. 056) Peripatetic.
There was in fact an "eternal fitness" in horse and man that was not exactly a "standing joke," but a peripatetic one.Lincolniana|Andrew Adderup
There were the Italian peripatetic vendors of weather-glasses, who had their headquarters at Norwich.The Life of George Borrow|Herbert Jenkins
He passed for a peripatetic storehouse of anecdotes, specially crammed with old and worn-out officers stories.The Duel|A. I. Kuprin