peripatetic, dropout, beatnik, roaming, ambulant, bohemian, wandering, ranging, nomadic, gallivanting, hippy, free spirit, demi-monde, migrant, errant, perambulatory, roving, peregrine, exile, hunter-gatherer, hippie, fugitive, ambulatory, wayfaring
traveler (part of speech: noun)
- He had still remaining three thousand Africans, twelve hundred Greeks, fifteen hundred Campanians, two hundred Iberians, four hundred Etruscans, five hundred Samnites, forty Gauls, and a troop of Naffurs, nomad bandits met with in the date region- in all seven thousand two hundred and nineteen soldiers, but not one complete syntagmata. - "Salammbo", Gustave Flaubert.
- " You're crazy," the nomad said again. - "The Year When Stardust Fell", Raymond F. Jones.
- As the travellers carried with them a large stock of provisions, and fresh meat could generally be obtained from the nomad shepherds, their table was well served; but owing to the absolute dearth of any other kind of fuel, they were compelled to kindle their fires with argols, or dried cow- dung. - "Celebrated Women Travellers of the Nineteenth Century", W. H. Davenport Adams.