1. itinerant labor
2. an itinerant judge
3. "Dodd was able to point out that no one would have crucified an itinerant preacher who went around encouraging people with general moral principles."
- Kenneth E. Bailey, Poet and Peasant and Through Peasant's Eyes
4. "I thought of myself as an itinerant brain--the equivalent of a strolling player of Elizabethan times, or else a troubadour, clutching my university degree like a cheap lute."
- Margaret Atwood, Moral Disorder and Other Stories
5. "Itinerant evangelists are the most important ambassadors and messengers on earth. They are a mighty army, spreading out across the world with a vision to reach their own people for Christ."
- Billy Graham, Billy Graham in Quotes
6. "during the nineteenth century, one home missionary of the African Methodist Episcopal Church reported to the general conference in 1844 that during four years he had covered 300 miles in his itinerant preaching, establishing 47 churches with a total membership of 2,000. He had seven other itinerant preachers working with him, and 27 local preachers had organized 50 Sunday schools with 200 teachers and 2,000 students."
- Ed Stetzer, Planting Missional Churches
7. "Where may one breathe? demands one Continental Macaroni, in a yellow waistcoat, — in New-York, Taverns have rooms where Smoke is prohibited. Tho’ clearly, replies the itinerant Stove-Salesman Mr. Whitpot, drawing vigorously at his Pipe, what’s needed is a No-Idiots Area."
- Thomas Pynchon, Mason & Dixon
8. "The Slabs functions as the seasonal capital of a teeming itinerant society—a tolerant, rubber-tired culture comprising the retired, the exiled, the destitute, the perpetually unemployed. Its constituents are men and women and children of all ages, folks on the dodge from collection agencies, relationships gone sour, the law or the IRS, Ohio winters, the middle-class grind."
- Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild
9. "It is a miracle that we know anything at all about the man called Jesus of Nazareth. The itinerant preacher wandering from village to village clamoring about the end of the world, a band of ragged followers trailing behind, was a common sight in Jesus’s time—so common, in fact, that it had become a kind of caricature among the Roman elite."
- Reza Aslan, Zealot: The Life and Times of Jesus of Nazareth
10. "While I threw myself into any social situation, could put on any mask—punk, preppy, artist—I also put masks on everyone I met, instantly judging them. I inhabited my masks, adopted the personas. Perhaps it was self-preservation, and stemmed from my itinerant childhood, which had forced me to form friendships quickly, potential allies or foes judged in an instant."
- Rob Spillman, All Tomorrow's Parties: A Memoir