- Back-formation from globetrotter. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Top models, from Alessandra Ambrosio to Erin Wasson, globetrot for their careers, so it's only fitting that they know how to pack like a pro.”
“Enough for me to want to see it for myself. if to globetrot”
“It just seems unseemly that the greatest military power the planet has ever known now has a currency that makes its citizenry globetrot with our tails between our legs.”
“That is a really big deal for him as a former president, who loves to globetrot and be in the public eye, to give in on.”
“Being good, frugal Yankees who like to globetrot, they read Budget Travel magazine religiously, and my mother thought that for their once-in-a-lifetime trip to New Zealand and Hawaii this past summer, they should get some advice.”
“After taking heat for skipping a major international conference on Libya to stay on the hustings, Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon will globetrot this week to two major meetings aimed at finding a way around the impasse in the country.”
“(CNN) -- Wanted: Luxury-loving couples available to globetrot for six months and get paid to test out the most romantic wedding and honeymoon destinations around the world.”
“Bangkok for the last stop on our six month globetrot.”
“This film adaptation of Elizabeth Gilbert's bestselling memoir is a superficial globetrot in which pretty people talk about Hard Truths in pretty locations.”
“The Amazing Race looming just around the corner (okay, Sept. 28), exec producer Bertram Van Munster slipped us a few clues about the upcoming globetrot.”
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