Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a nomadic manner: as, to live nomadically.

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  • adverb In a nomadic way.

Etymologies

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nomadic +‎ -ally

Examples

  • Organizers have used such technologies to strategize carefully and communicate nomadically via proxy servers, even when they spread messages using older media such as megaphones.

    Ramesh Srinivasan: The Net Worth of Open Networks

  • But we do know that before that point, people lived nomadically, following herds of gazelles and fields of wild edible grasses whose location shifted with changes in season and climate.

    Day of Honey

  • Top has been living nomadically around Java for years and has actively recruited suicide bombers, one of which was 18 year-old Dani Dwi Permana, who carried out an explosion last month at J.W. Marriott Jakarta.

    Global Voices in English » Terrorism crackdown in Indonesia

  • If we gave open comittments to every country where Terorists were nomadically settled, while giving tax cuts to the rich, and making the poor/middle class fund our war.

    CNN Poll: Americans mostly agree with Obama on Afghanistan

  • But we do know that before that point, people lived nomadically, following herds of gazelles and fields of wild edible grasses whose location shifted with changes in season and climate.

    Day of Honey

  • Organizers have used such technologies to strategize carefully and communicate nomadically via proxy servers, even when they spread messages using older media such as megaphones.

    Ramesh Srinivasan: The Net Worth of Open Networks

  • Organizers have used such technologies to strategize carefully and communicate nomadically via proxy servers, even when they spread messages using older media such as megaphones.

    Ramesh Srinivasan: The Net Worth of Open Networks

  • RYAN DAY spent his toddler and preteen years wandering nomadically throughout the South before landing in Chicago at a ripe 13.

    The Nervous Breakdown

  • Automatically even before nomadically, by the oxymoronic license (once again) of present contingency, just as an effusive and climactic "O joy!" fuses into the recursive titular phantom "Ode joy," so every "Ode to the West Wind" is otherwise, yet at one and the same time, an "Oh to the West Wind."

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • Older, wizened faces on stooped figures that didn't top four feet, likely in from the countryside where they'd spent decade upon decade nomadically herding livestock -- which is still how half the population of Mongolia still makes its living -- were shuffled to the front of the crowd, watched over by those who stood near them.

    Ming Holden: Mongolia: A Young and Hopeful Democracy

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