Peregrinate
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Peregrinate

ˈperəɡrəˌnāt

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Verb

  • Travel or wander around from place to place.

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Example Sentences

“We’ll peregrinate by train for most of the trip, but we’ll get to France by plane.”

“I want to peregrinate for a year after college, so I’m trying to learn the basics in several languages.”

“Keep an eye on travel deals so you can peregrinate whenever you see a destination that catches your eye.”

Word Origin

Latin, late 16th century

Why this word?

There’s something special about a travel itinerary with multiple destinations. Europe, with its multitude of countries and cultures nestled close together, allows a traveler to peregrinate easily around the continent. The word “peregrinate” comes from the Latin root “peregrinat-,” meaning “traveled abroad.”

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