Itinerancy meaning

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A state or system of itinerating, especially in the role or office of public speaker, minister, or judge.
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A group of itinerant preachers or judges.
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Official work requiring constant travel from place to place or frequent change of residence, as preaching or presiding over courts in a circuit.
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The state or quality of being itinerant.

I went through a period of itinerancy in my youth.

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The Methodist pastorate; or itinerant preaching in general.

I joined the itinerancy at the age of 25.

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Origin of itinerancy