- a Covenanter persecuted by Charles II and James II, especially one who fled home to follow rebellious Presbyterian ministers who refused to accept episcopacy.
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Examples from the Web for wanderer
The beasts do not accept the type of death they bring; yet they accept the kind that the wanderer brings.
But the wanderer arrives out from the depths of time—he lives with his arms clasped tightly around hunger.
He is a wanderer who spends time at his family home in Mauritius, in Nice, and in New Mexico.If He Had to be French...
October 9, 2008
The fields and wood-paths have as yet few charms to entice the wanderer.Buds and Bird Voices (From "Mosses From An Old Manse")
Then, after a minute, "Edward, my son is a wanderer yet: do you still remember him?"
You'll be a stranger among your own folks, an' a wanderer on the earth; till you tell.Meadow Grass
Looking down from her pagoda she saw a wanderer passing below.
She beckoned with her hand, but the wanderer did not look up.