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travel

noun flying, get to, go, go abroad, go by air, go by airplane, go by car, go by jet, go by plane, go by sea, go to, ride to a spot, sail to a place, see the sights, see the world, sojourn, take a trip, take a vacation, tour on vacaaion, touring, traverse, visit during a vacation
Associated concepts: emigration, immigration, travel law, travel rights
See also: perambulate
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At fifty below zero, a man wet to the waist cannot travel without freezing; so each ducking meant delay.
To make matters worse, this dangerous river travel could not be done in the dark, and their working day was reduced to the six hours of twilight.
That shall travel indifferently in any direction of Space and Time, as the driver determines.
Oh, go with me,' said the man; 'if we three are together we shall easily travel through the wide world.
Sir John," too, used to be called the "Father of English Prose," but even that honor cannot be left to him, for his travels were not written first in English, but in French, and were afterwards translated into English.
But, though Sophia had great curiosity to know why the other lady continued to travel on through the same bye-roads with herself, nay, though this gave her some uneasiness, yet fear, or modesty, or some other consideration, restrained her from asking the question.
It is thought by some that, after death, they will have to travel to these mountains and ascend one of their highest and most rugged peaks, among rocks and snows and tumbling torrents.
But as I looked on those things with different eyes from other men, so I shall give my opinion of them in a few words, when I come in the course of my travels to speak more particularly of them.
Without a courier, travel hasn't a ray of pleasure in it, anywhere; but with him it is a continuous and unruffled delight.
He cursed his fate because he had no money to travel, and he knew his uncle would not send him more than the fifteen pounds a month which had been agreed upon.
They made a tremendous racket as they passed through the trees in an endeavor to suggest to enemies in their front that a great herd was approaching, for when the baboons travel in large numbers there is no jungle creature who cares to molest them.
And now will this attempt, unprecedented in the annals of travels, lead to any practical result?