Definition of itinerancy in US English:

itinerancy

noun

  • See itinerant

    • ‘Amid a continual itinerancy across Europe, there was a permanency to his writing habit.’
    • ‘Alexander pursued a lucrative itinerancy painting portraits in America, and when he had exhausted his possibilities, he returned to Scotland.’
    • ‘Irish migrants were well accustomed to patterns of temporary itinerancy and responded to situational exigencies with resilience and tactical virtuosity.’
    • ‘For them itinerancy was a habit born of necessity.’
    • ‘Among those who remain, one common form of survival is itinerancy.’

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