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per·e·gri·nate

 (pĕr′ĭ-grə-nāt′)
v. per·e·gri·nat·ed, per·e·gri·nat·ing, per·e·gri·nates
v.intr.
To journey or travel from place to place, especially on foot.
v.tr.
To travel through or over; traverse.

[Latin peregrīnārī, peregrīnāt-, from peregrīnus, foreigner; see peregrine.]

per′e·gri·na′tion n.
per′e·gri·na′tor n.

peregrinate

(ˈpɛrɪɡrɪˌneɪt)
vb
1. (intr) to travel or wander about from place to place; voyage
2. (tr) to travel through (a place)
adj
an obsolete word for foreign
[C16: from Latin, from peregrīnārī to travel; see peregrine]
ˈperegriˌnator n

per•e•gri•nate

(ˈpɛr ɪ grəˌneɪt)

v. -nat•ed, -nat•ing. v.i.
1. to travel or journey, esp. on foot.
v.t.
2. to travel or walk over; traverse.
[1585–95; < Latin peregrīnātus, past participle of peregrīnārī to travel abroad. See peregrine, -ate1]
per`e•gri•na′tion, n.
per′e•gri•na`tor, n.

peregrinate


Past participle: peregrinated
Gerund: peregrinating

Imperative
peregrinate
peregrinate
Present
I peregrinate
you peregrinate
he/she/it peregrinates
we peregrinate
you peregrinate
they peregrinate
Preterite
I peregrinated
you peregrinated
he/she/it peregrinated
we peregrinated
you peregrinated
they peregrinated
Present Continuous
I am peregrinating
you are peregrinating
he/she/it is peregrinating
we are peregrinating
you are peregrinating
they are peregrinating
Present Perfect
I have peregrinated
you have peregrinated
he/she/it has peregrinated
we have peregrinated
you have peregrinated
they have peregrinated
Past Continuous
I was peregrinating
you were peregrinating
he/she/it was peregrinating
we were peregrinating
you were peregrinating
they were peregrinating
Past Perfect
I had peregrinated
you had peregrinated
he/she/it had peregrinated
we had peregrinated
you had peregrinated
they had peregrinated
Future
I will peregrinate
you will peregrinate
he/she/it will peregrinate
we will peregrinate
you will peregrinate
they will peregrinate
Future Perfect
I will have peregrinated
you will have peregrinated
he/she/it will have peregrinated
we will have peregrinated
you will have peregrinated
they will have peregrinated
Future Continuous
I will be peregrinating
you will be peregrinating
he/she/it will be peregrinating
we will be peregrinating
you will be peregrinating
they will be peregrinating
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been peregrinating
you have been peregrinating
he/she/it has been peregrinating
we have been peregrinating
you have been peregrinating
they have been peregrinating
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been peregrinating
you will have been peregrinating
he/she/it will have been peregrinating
we will have been peregrinating
you will have been peregrinating
they will have been peregrinating
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been peregrinating
you had been peregrinating
he/she/it had been peregrinating
we had been peregrinating
you had been peregrinating
they had been peregrinating
Conditional
I would peregrinate
you would peregrinate
he/she/it would peregrinate
we would peregrinate
you would peregrinate
they would peregrinate
Past Conditional
I would have peregrinated
you would have peregrinated
he/she/it would have peregrinated
we would have peregrinated
you would have peregrinated
they would have peregrinated
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.peregrinate - travel around, through, or over, especially on foot; "peregrinate the bridge"
jaunt, travel, trip - make a trip for pleasure

peregrinate

verb
1. To make or go on a journey:
Idiom: hit the road.
2. To travel about or journey on foot:
3. To move about at random, especially over a wide area:
References in classic literature ?
He is too picked, too spruce, too affected, too odd, As it were too peregrinate, as I may call it.
Time is no more the Other, a body-snatching stranger: Time is the Self that peregrinates Life which offers itself up to it.
Chatter goes on and on as Coleridge peregrinates further to apostrophise a village (his 'beloved Stowey') and address more elms--four 'huge' ones: these, surprisingly, do not figure as 'giants'.