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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of peregrinate.


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  • Last year, he lectured in California and Nevada, went on an elephant safari in Botswana, hiked at a bush camp in Zambia, "peregrinated" Nairobi, crossed India by train, sailed the coast of Maine and bicycled "up and down Hawaii," where he keeps a home.

    The Great Escapist

  • But there was really a better chance of finding Rhodes in the open, for he peregrinated here, there and everywhere, too much of a fatalist, or too fond of fresh air to be intimidated by what was flying in it.

    The Siege of Kimberley

  • For the rest of the day Milton and I peregrinated from one saloon back-room to another ... in each of which the boy seemed to be well known.

    Tramping on Life

  • Her small, white-shod feet continued to bear her onward, away from him, while his own dimmed shoes peregrinated in the opposite direction -- William necessarily, yet with excruciating reluctance, accompanying them.


  • Ye, O honoured ones, have turned yourselves away from the sweets of life and endured the pains of asceticism for the sake of Him Who hath come down unto the earth and voluntarily peregrinated thereon for our sake; therefore ye have, O wonderworthy ones, acquired in heaven the Hospitable One.

    The General Menaion or the Book of Services Common to the Festivals of our Lord Jesus of the Holy Virgin and of Different Orders of Saints

  • "Home-keeping youths have ever homely wits," they say; but much as travel by land may enlarge the mind, it never can be expanded to the utmost of its capabilities, until it has also peregrinated by water.

    The King's Own

  • I left Brixton on Tuesday morning last — peregrinated till Wednesday night — played a rubber on Thursday — read Sir

    Letter 61


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