Runaway is a related term of itinerant.
As nouns the difference between runaway and itinerant
is that runaway
is a person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations while itinerant
is a homeless person.
As an adjective itinerant is
which travels to perform its functions.
A person or animal that runs away or has run away; a person, animal, or organization that escapes limitations.
- Runaway children are vulnerable to criminal exploitation.
A train that is out of control.
(usually attributive) An object or process that is out of control or out of equilibrium.
The act of running away, especially of a horse or teams.
- Thou runaway , thou coward, art thou fled?
An overwhelming victory.
- There was a runaway yesterday.
- The home side won in a runaway .
This word is frequently used attributively, as in "runaway X" to mean "an X which has run away" or "an X which is out of control".
Habitually travelling from place to place.
- an itinerant preacher or peddler
- The king's own courts were then itinerant , being kept in the king's palace, and removing with his household in those royal progresses which he continually made.
One who travels from place to place.
(Ireland) a member of the Travelling Community, whether settled or not.