Definition of Itinerants

1. Noun. (plural of itinerant) ¹



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Definition of Itinerants

1. itinerant [n] - See also: itinerant

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Itinerants

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itineracies
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itinerancies
itinerancy
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itinerants (current term)
itineraries
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Literary usage of Itinerants

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1. Seasonable Thoughts on the State of Religion in New-England: A Treatise in by Charles Chauncy (1743)
"... itinerants. The Words In the fame Letter, we have alfo a ... itinerants, it is remark'd, <f as- certain and obvious, that the moft, if not tf all of ..."

2. A Compendious History of American Methodism: Abridged from the Author's by Abel Stevens (1867)
"Important laborers were now added to the small band of itinerants. John Brodhead's name, which we have incidentally met already, is endeared to the New ..."

3. A Compendious History of American Methodism: Abridged from the Author's by Abel Stevens (1867)
"... the first Western Conference, held among the Holston mountains, in 1788 ; the arrival in Kentucky of its first itinerants, Haw aud Ogden, in 1786; ..."

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