nomadic


nomadic
no|mad|ic [nəuˈmædık US nou-] adj
1.) nomadic people are nomads
nomadic herdsmen
2.) if someone leads a nomadic life, they travel from place to place and do not live in any one place for very long
The son of an airforce pilot, he had a somewhat nomadic childhood.

Dictionary of contemporary English. 2013.

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