An employee was employed by the employers, the second defendant, as a peripatetic lagger to install insulation at power stations.
I have no respect for teachers, lecturers or peripatetic drifters.
A monastic house, with a fixed centre, needed regular supplies of foodstuffs, but other great landlords, who were more peripatetic , would probably be more interested in money.
The consultants are a peripatetic lot, following the work, but sooner or later they end up in Washington.
Perhaps by offering a peripatetic clinic in a unofficial capacity I am allowing people to use me as a sounding board for their health concerns which I can listen to and direct them back to their own GP if appropriate.
A peripatetic monarch - the entry of 1660 ended a year-long progress through the southern provinces - would henceforth confine his journeyings largely to the Île-de-France.
As the child of a British Army officer, Jenny's childhood was peripatetic and the countries in which she grew up included Germany, Singapore and Cyprus.
To these votaries, he is variously the perennial storyteller, the kindly sage, the gentle teacher, the maker of auspicious symbols, and the peripatetic gardener of images.
For the same reason, the peripatetic bookstall would concentrate on school and college campuses.
The city was closely identified with Emperor Maximilian I, even though his peripatetic court spent more time in Augsburg, Vienna, and Linz.