Definition of 'peripatetic'
Example sentences containing 'peripatetic'
Bed, a monster of our own invention, sure it's incredibly uncomfortable & 6-inch sides not adequate to contain peripatetic 2-yr-old.AND GOD CREATED THE AU PAIR (2005)
There was a peripatetic practitioner who came on Thursdays to the front room of a house near the Vicarage.GOODBYE CURATE (2005)
They hadn't sent him to school yet but they'd organized morning lessons with a peripatetic teacher in a group for disturbed children.FORESTS OF THE NIGHT (2005)
After the peripatetic pace of Downtown's daily routine, a day in the sun in this orderly, cloistered wedge of privilege was hypnotic.DOWNTOWN (2005)
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