itinerary

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n itinerary a proposed route of travel
    • n itinerary a guidebook for travelers
    • n itinerary an established line of travel or access
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • Itinerary A detailed plan for a journey, including a list of places to be visited, and often other information such as the dates, places of residence, and transportation to be used during the journey; as, the catacombs aren't on our itinerary .
    • Itinerary An account of travels, or a register of places and distances as a guide to travelers; as, the Itinerary of Antoninus.
    • a itinerary Itinerant; traveling; passing from place to place; done on a journey. "It was rather an itinerary circuit of justice than a progress."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • itinerary Traveling; passing from place to place, especially on a circuit: as, an itinerary judge.
    • itinerary Of or pertaining to a journey; specifically, pertaining to an official journey or circuit, as of a judge or preacher: as, itinerary observations.
    • itinerary Pertaining to descriptions of roads, or to a road-book: as, an itinerary unit.
    • n itinerary A plan of travel; a list of places to be included in a journey, with means of transit and any other desired details: as, to make out an itinerary of a proposed tour.
    • n itinerary An account of a line of travel, or of the routes of a country or region, of the places and points of interest, etc.; a work containing a description of routes and places, in successive order: as, an itinerary from Paris to Rome, or of France or Italy; Antonine's “Itinerary of the Roman Empire.” Also itinerarium.
    • n itinerary An itinerant journey; a regular course of travel; a tour of observation or exploration.
    • n itinerary In the Roman Catholic Church, a form of prayer for the use of the clergy when setting out on a journey: generally placed at the end of the breviary. It consists of the canticle Benedictus, with an antiphon, preces, and two collects.
    • n itinerary One who journeys from place to place.
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Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • adj Itinerary travelling: done on a journey
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Etymology

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
L. itinerarium,: cf. F. itinéraire,. See Itinerary (a.)
Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
L. itinerans, -antis, part. of itinerāri-, -atus, to travel—L. iter, itineris, a journey—īre, ītum, to go.

Usage

In literature:

He considered the itinerary of the Magical Miguel Fueyo.
"Out Like a Light" by Gordon Randall Garrett
President Wilson wrote that he would endeavor to arrange his itinerary so as to be present.
"The History of Woman Suffrage, Volume V"
What can be said of the itinerary through Asia Minor?
"Bible Studies in the Life of Paul" by Henry T. Sell
His great work, "The Itinerary of Great Britain," was not published till after his death.
"Old and New London" by Walter Thornbury
English Cathedrals (An Itinerary and Description).
"Oliver Goldsmith" by E. S. Lang Buckland
Life is a voyage; the idea is the itinerary.
"Toilers of the Sea" by Victor Hugo
Suppose I give an itinerary of what we saw?
"From Sea to Sea" by Rudyard Kipling
That's my itinerary, Bunny, but I really can't see why you should come with me.
"A Thief in the Night" by E. W. Hornung
She had a bath, dressed with unusual care, dined alone in her room studying Paul's itinerary between bites.
"The Dual Alliance" by Marjorie Benton Cooke
From this itinerary it will be seen that the grass was not allowed to grow under our feet.
"Pharos, The Egyptian" by Guy Newell Boothby
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In news:

Here is your itinerary for today and Saturday.
The tour group offers itineraries in Umbria, Italy, a culture-minded Quebec trip among others.
Regent Seven Seas Cruises offers a Red Sea Odyssey Itinerary.
Moore Avon, YOUR weekend itinerary, Weird Al, Tombs, and a mere 708 other words.
Austin-Lehman Adventures will bring its award-winning small-group and custom itineraries to Nicaragua in 2013, announced Dan Austin, founding director.
Among the more than 2,000 bands that descended on the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, it's safe to say none had quite the itinerary like Boston's Debo Band.
Royal newlyweds William and Kate have a busy, business-first itinerary for their three-day visit to southern California, which begins Friday.
Make copies of passports, driver's licenses, credit cards and itineraries, and pack those separately from the originals.
Here are the full dates, with uhhh, house and dinner parties and fan photo shoots not yet included in the itinerary.
The Holland America ms Zuiderdam sails a 10-night itinerary from.
Austin-Lehman Adventures has announced three new itineraries for 2012 embracing the diversity, culture, cuisine and natural wonders of both sides of the Andes in Argentina, Chile and south to Patagonia .
Regent Seven Seas Mariner ship itinerary.
Holland America ms Prinsendam ship itinerary.
Add this attraction to your show itinerary.
Kelly's Platoon Announces Fall Itinerary.
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In science:

The itinerary of the point in I ⊂ In with respect an extended map F does not depend on the decomposition.
Renormalization theory for multimodal maps
Let f and ˜f be multimodal maps of type n with the same critical itinerary and such that vi < vj iff ˜vi < ˜vj .
Renormalization theory for multimodal maps
We saw in the proof of lemma 2.1 that the inner itineraries of ci and ˜ci are the same.
Renormalization theory for multimodal maps
Let f : U0 → Un and ˜f : ˜U0 → ˜Un be real polynomiallike maps of type n with the same inner itinerary and such that vi < vj iff ˜vi < ˜vj .
Renormalization theory for multimodal maps
Furthermore f and ˜f has the same inner itinerary.
Renormalization theory for multimodal maps
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