use perambulatory in a sentence.
Each clause begins with a present participle (called a perambulatory phrase) and ends with a comma.
The region's most prominent dissident, Egyptian sociologist Saad Edin Ibrahim, suddenly finds himself in a kind of perambulatory exile, hopping from conference to conference--in nine countries in the last three months.
The forerunner to this perambulatory quest is Alfred Kazin's classic memoir "A Walker in the City" 1951, which guides readers through and beyond the Brooklyn streets of the author's childhood.
The cathedral provided the medieval mind with an "engine for prayer," facilitating private meditation and communal ritual proceedings, as well as the perambulatory flow of pilgrims across Europe towards the earthly Jerusalem. 172 75
Another casualty is likely to be your feet in Accomplice, a walking performance around Southwark that's a bit like a perambulatory version of a murder-mystery evening.