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peripatetically

Definitions

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  • adv. In a peripatetic manner.

Etymologies

peripatetic +‎ -ally (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • He and his sisters lived peripatetically, eventually settling in Swiss Cottage, Hampstead's scruffier neighbour.

    Dominic Cooke: a life in theatre

  • Before them stands GLENN BECK, pacing nervously, peripatetically in all directions, and before BECK is a chalk board featuring a dense flow chart cluttered with words like "oppression," "census???",

    David Kronke: A Fox News Christmas

  • He lived in the world, and more peripatetically and traumatically than many of us, yet in his art declined to submit to the world; rather, he asked that the world submit to the curious, spotty evidence of its own mimetics, its streaks of insane tenderness, its infinitely ingenious markings.

    More on Updike: His Own Elegies

  • Ninety percent of all the law professors I have ever seen including some of the ones with the most glorious academic resumes should be banned for life from even attempting to teach using the case method; their names should be stored in a central database, like a sex-offender registry, to prevent them from inflicting their faux-Socratic torture on hapless new student-victims as they slink peripatetically from school to school.

    Is class participation obligatory for law students?

  • When Jay mentioned that informal learning is, in some sense, going back to basics ("the natural way"), I couldn't help thinking of Aristotle (even more than Socrates) who conducted learning “peripatetically”, i.e. by walking around and letting both his thoughts and the discussion grow and flow.

    Doing and/or non-doing, formal and/or informal

  • This explained the profusion of shoe prints wandering peripatetically throughout her house.

    CRUEL AND UNUSUAL

  • And so, during their leisure hours, sitting in the Count's office, or peripatetically as they walked together in the park, the enthusiastic

    Doctor Jones' Picnic

  • The obstinate manner in which Mrs. Hooker and you go on refusing to give any address leads us to believe that you are dwelling peripatetically in a "Wan" with green door and brass knocker somewhere on Wormwood Scrubbs, and that "Kew" is only a blind.

    The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

  • The obstinate manner in which Mrs. Hooker and you go on refusing to give any address leads us to believe that you are dwelling peripatetically in

    Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 1

  • Marquis, emitted some days ago from limbo, looks peripatetically on this scene, from under his umbrella, not without interest.

    The French Revolution

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