Meaning of NOMADIC in English

NOMADIC

adjective

COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS

■ NOUN

life

In Tasmania aborigine hunters led a nomadic life to take advantage of the seasonal food supply in different regions.

The travellers say they should be allowed to lead a nomadic life .

For a man so rooted in his domesticity the nomadic life of the Official War Artist was a gamble.

The Wusun were a pastoral people 2,000 ii to the northeast of Ferghana who lived a nomadic life like the Huns.

tribe

The second type of horsemen are wild horse archers recruited from the nomadic tribes of the Kislev steppes.

The impact on the 35 nomadic tribes who are known to live in the region drained by the Mamberamo will be immense.

EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS

A certain degree of unevenness is acceptable in nomadic and some village items.

As a general rule, the wool in nomadic items is very good.

As the name implies, they are used almost exclusively by nomadic weavers.

He portrays the latter as a nomadic people who traversed the steppe in wagons with their herds and flocks.

Nevertheless, they modified the forest by nomadic behaviour and shifting cultivation, if they became truly independent.

One was the prevalence of nomadic , pastoral life, as in Arabia.

The first and most important are authentic nomadic items which employ their own tribal guls.

They are essentially a rural and nomadic people.

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