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itinerary

noun itin·er·ary \ī-ˈti-nə-ˌrer-ē, ə-, chiefly British ÷-ˈti-nə-rē\

: the places you go to or plan to go to on a journey; also : a document in which the places you will be going to are listed

plural itin·er·ar·ies

Full Definition of ITINERARY

1
:  the route of a journey or tour or the proposed outline of one
2
:  a travel diary
3
:  a traveler's guidebook
itinerary adjective

Examples of ITINERARY

  1. We planned a detailed itinerary.
  2. Our itinerary included stops at several famous cathedrals.
  3. I'll mail you a copy of my itinerary so you'll know where to reach me.
  4. Progresses could last for up to two months; they usually took place between July and October, and were carefully planned in advance, with the itinerary being set out in detailed tables … —Alison Weir, Henry VIII: The King and His Court, 2001

Origin of ITINERARY

(see itinerant)
First Known Use: 15th century

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