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    peripatetic - Dictionary definition and meaning for word peripatetic

    (noun) a person who walks from place to place Definition
    (noun) a follower of Aristotle or an adherent of Aristotelianism
    Synonyms : aristotelean , aristotelian
    (adj) of or relating to Aristotle or his philosophy
    Example Sentence
    • Aristotelean logic
    (adj) traveling especially on foot
    Synonyms : wayfaring
    Example Sentence
    • peripatetic country preachers
    • a poor wayfaring stranger
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for peripatetic

peripatetic sounds like par pe tic tic....means wandering on legs.

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peri+pat+etic--peri means around, + pat or path means road to walk on, therefore peripatetic means to walk around.

Pronounced as Peri- Pathetic : To Walk (peri) On path in a pathetic way => Keep walking and walking

(peri -> with foot) (patetic -> potato) when u kick a potato with foot it wanders here and there

PED is Latin for foot. It takes a PAIR OF PED to walk the PATH = PAIR OF PED PATH

There used to be one program on NDTV "Walk the Talk". It was Peripatetic interview program

think of your periappa ...he travels from place to place

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