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Itinerate   Listen

(past & past part. itinerated; pres. part. itinerating)
Travel from place to place, as for work.

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... strongly; he never fell in with his brother's views, but vehemently disapproved of his whole conduct in the matter. He would probably have interfered still more actively, but for some years before the ordination question arose he had almost ceased to itinerate, partly, Mr. Tyerman thinks, because he was married, and partly because of the feeling in many societies, and especially among many preachers, against the Church. In 1753, when John Wesley was dangerously ill, Charles Wesley distinctly told the societies that he neither ...
— The English Church in the Eighteenth Century • Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton

Words linked to "Itinerate" :   itinerant, move around, travel

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