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peregrine

adjective per·e·grine \ˈper-ə-grən, -ˌgrēn\

Definition of PEREGRINE

:  having a tendency to wander

Examples of PEREGRINE

  1. <a loyal cadre of peregrine workers who follow the presidential candidate from primary to primary>

Origin of PEREGRINE

Middle French peregrin, from Medieval Latin peregrinus, from Latin, foreign — more at pilgrim
First Known Use: 1599

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