Leading a wandering life with no fixed abode; peripatetic, itinerant(adjective)
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Use "nomadic" in a sentence
"In Romantic poetry, for instance, and its Victorian derivations and attenuations, anything nomadic is anticipated by the sporadic: those irregular phonemic rhythms entrained to signification in the first place — but not entirely enchained there."
"I also note, incidentally, that certain nomadic hunter-gatherers had ritualistic ways of handling serious conflicts between male members, meant to prevent them from going lethal and triggering a series of retaliatory killings between family members."
"A kind of time and place that is sort of nonspecific -- but definitely I think the word nomadic is essential."