Etymology:[ I-'ti-n&-"rer-E, &-, ] (noun.) 15th century. From Late Latin itinerarius (“pertaining to a journey”), neuter itinerarium (“an account of a journey, a road-book”) iter (“a way, journey”); see itinerate.
Synonyms:beat, circuit, course, guide, guidebook, journey, line, outline, path, program, route, run, schedule, tour, way
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