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(pronounced par-eh-pa-TEH-tick)

This multi-syllabic word can be used as a noun, but you’ll see it most as an adjective. Though it originated as meaning one who follows the Greek philosopher Aristotle, we use it today to mean traveling / walking / moving from place to place.

Example: Not only did the already peripatetic sales rep have to cover her state, but she now also had to cover her entire sales region while the manufacturer looked for her former colleague’s replacement.