Every Indian election brings with it a kind of itinerant circus full of immoderate speech.
Unlike Brunner, Remer was itinerant, and spent much time in that other nest of postwar Nazis—Cairo.
This 13th-century fresco of a lion was painted near Burgos in Spain, probably by an itinerant English artist from Winchester.
From there, Leo lived an itinerant childhood, eventually winding up in England.
It's a memoir of growing up as the son of an itinerant Arabist foreign service officer.
His family not only formed the nucleus of cultivated society, but also furnished a pleasant home for the itinerant.
For miles we only meet two road-menders and an itinerant glazier.
As an itinerant Friend, Woolman, the anti-slavery apostle, came to the Hill in 176-.
After a few years he quitted his cellar, and became an itinerant dealer in hair.
The itinerant trio, having become a duet, gave up work for that day.
1560s (attested in Anglo-Latin from late 13c.), from Late Latin itinerantem (nominative itinerans), present participle of itinerare "to travel," from Latin iter (genitive itineris) "journey," from ire "go" (see ion). Originally in reference to circuit courts.