Part of speech: verb
Travel or wander, especially on foot
Journey from one place to another, particularly in a wandering fashion
Examples of Peregrinate in a sentence
"Her wanderlust caused her to peregrinate constantly."
"In his free time, he liked to peregrinate with no destination in mind."
Dating back to the 16th century, peregrinate denotes a specific kind of travel — not quite directionless but not hurried either, like traveling for pleasure rather than for business.
Did you Know?
Peregrine falcons are called that for a reason. With the ability to travel at incredibly high speeds and nowhere special to be much of the time, they're more free to peregrinate than most of us will ever be.