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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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It travelled for a time in the sky, and then it sank down and hovered over a large vegetable garden surrounded by walls, so that he came safely to the ground amidst cabbages and vegetables.
Very far," said Don Quixote, "for of the three hundred and sixty degrees that this terraqueous globe contains, as computed by Ptolemy, the greatest cosmographer known, we shall have travelled one-half when we come to the line I spoke of.
You mean to say that that machine has travelled into the future?
It had travelled all night, and must have shifted horses at Kimballton, at three in the morning.
Yes, Charley," replied Grandfather; "but when Roger Williams travelled thither, over hills and valleys, and through the tangled woods, and across swamps and streams, it was a journey of several days.
David Faux should have returned from the West Indies only a few years after his arrival there, and have set up in his old business, like any plain man who has never travelled.
Her kind-hearted uncle, you may be sure, was too fearful of distressing her to ask many questions as they travelled.
When a traveller returneth home, let him not leave the countries, where he hath travelled, altogether behind him; but maintain a correspondence by letters, with those of his acquaintance, which are of most worth.
Then he plucked the flower, and set out and travelled day and night, till he came again to the castle.
Unfortunately, the road she now travelled was the same which only ten days ago she had so happily passed along in going to and from Woodston; and, for fourteen miles, every bitter feeling was rendered more severe by the review of objects on which she had first looked under impressions so different.
1749 and 1758, Adamson made a reconnoissance of the river, and visited Gorea; from 1785 to 1788, Golberry and Geoffroy travelled across the deserts of Senegambia, and ascended as far as the country of the Moors, who assassinated Saugnier, Brisson, Adam, Riley, Cochelet, and so many other unfortunate men.