Definition of roam:
hurtle, aver, verify, turn over, thread, freewheel, blow, draw, seethe, digress, spew, put, regurgitate, plod, shake off, traipse, cheat, twine, diverge, affirm, rove, chuck, couch, wave, be sick, cuckold, mold, browse, throw away, flap, hustle, lay out, gad, vomit, puke, mould, throw up, redact, retch, slog, upchuck, crop, swerve, err, gallivant, cheat on, grade, revolve, order, undulate, graze, vomit up, run, wheel, swear, jog, set out, disgorge, cat, purge, contrive, be adrift, drop, stray, deviate, barf, avow, regorge, straddle, pasture, vagabond, rate, divagate, wrap, veer, assert, peregrinate, wander, weave, cast, wind, sick, roll out, float, range, project, swan, rank, hurl, betray, ramble, place, honk, drift, footslog, spue, roll up, frame, pluck, array, move, ramble on, go astray, trudge, shed, meander, cast off, tramp, throw off, pad, throw, roll.
- travel (part of speech: verb)
- wander (part of speech: verb)
- "Poems of James McIntyre", James McIntyre.
What really distinguishes the American from all others- for all peoples like more or less to roam, and the English of all others are globe- trotters- is not so much his restlessness as his entire accord with the spirit of " go- ahead," the result of his absolute breaking with the Past.- "The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner", Charles Dudley Warner.
- "The Magician's Show Box and Other Stories", Lydia Maria Child.