Adjective: moving about aimlessly or unsystematically, especially over a wide area: roaming herds of reindeer.
roam | rōm | verb [no object] 1 [with adverbial of direction] move about or travel aimlessly or unsystematically, especially over a wide area: tigers once roamed over most of Asia. • [with object] travel unsystematically over, through, or around (a place): gangs of youths roamed the streets unopposed. • (of a person's eyes or hands) pass lightly over something without stopping: her eyes roamed over the chattering women | [with object] : he let his eyes roam her face. • (of a person's mind or thoughts) drift along without dwelling on anything in particular: he let his mind roam as he walked. 2 use a mobile phone on another operator's network, typically while abroad: Orange now allows Pay As You Go mobile phone customers to roam in the US. noun [in singular] an aimless walk: did you get to explore the city or have a roam around Bath? DERIVATIVES roamer | ˈrōmər | nounORIGIN Middle English: of unknown origin.” Dictionary.com