Definitions

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  • n. A person who travels often to faraway places.

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  • n. someone who travels widely and often

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Examples

  • Coast to coast shows, he's know as the globetrotter

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  • Hisashi Murayama for The Wall Street Journal Mr. Kimura, shown here, left Rikuzentakata 35 years ago for college believing it was the first step to a life as a globetrotter, only to get lured back after graduation when his parents convinced him to take over the family business.

    In Japan, A Business Tries to Rebuild

  • Like many younger residents, he left Rikuzentakata 35 years ago for college believing it was the first step to a life as a globetrotter, only to get lured back after graduation when his parents convinced him to take over the family business.

    Making Home Sweet Again: After Tsunami, a Baker Finds Purpose

  • Christiane, I am not a globetrotter, but I share your love for “natural objects” like drifwood from a nearby deserted beach, branches, bark, foliage, dried teasels, berries ... (the list is longer)

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  • (Spider-Man is a grumpy urban boy; Wolverine a world-weary globetrotter.)

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  • This new road comedy stars Neil Mandt as globetrotter Charlie Murray, who takes to the highways looking to track down his peripatetic cousin Erik, who dropped out of med school, took his tuition money and hit the trail.

    Tonight's TV Hot List: Thursday, Nov. 4, 2010

  • Mr. Winchester — a trained geologist and inveterate globetrotter — is well suited to tell the story.

    When History Rides the Waves

  • Owner Sue Main is a globetrotter and her menu reflects that: The prawn tempura is via Japan, the 3-foot-long crispy pizzas topped with thin slices of local parma ham are inspired by Italy, Steak b arnaise is from Paris, and the Waldorf salad comes from the States.

    What to Serve With the World Cup

  • From a bungalow in Thailand to a spa in the Ritz-Carlton, expert globetrotter Barbara Weibel shares the top destinations to revitalize the body and mind ....

    5 Places Guaranteed To Restore Your Soul (PHOTOS)

  • From a bungalow in Thailand to a spa in the Ritz-Carlton, expert globetrotter Barbara Weibel shares the top destinations to revitalize the body and mind.

    5 Places Guaranteed To Restore Your Soul (PHOTOS)

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