Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of globetrot.
  • n. worldwide travel

Etymologies

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Examples

  • British Binatone founder Gulu Lalvani owns property here and is known as a globetrotting celebrity and multu-millionaire.

    Overseas Property News

  • There was a time when the Herald's Director of New Content, Dan Leger would have sent Amy Smith back out to ask the right questions of her "globetrotting" MLAs.

    Halifax Live

  • "If Tomorrow Comes," starring Madolyn Smith and Tom Berenger pictured above as globetrotting jewel thieves, has all the hallmarks of a 1980s miniseries: big hair, a big, melodramatic score and a pivotal chess duel with Russians.

    TV on DVD

  • Adam Golfer for The Wall Street Journal New York artist Hunt Slonem Mr. Slonem's studio d├ęcor doesn't stop with the walls, though: At age 60, he has spent a globetrotting lifetime amassing quirky collections, from Neo-Gothic chairs to top hats to marble busts of Marie Antoinette, and he's arrayed many of these objects throughout the space in time-warp vignettes.

    An Oddball Menagerie

  • Now that the globetrotting parents have returned (Vietnam this time) I've palmed Wilson off onto my poor mother for a few days so I can hunker down and get to the finishing line on this sucker.

    Reluctant Mage wordcount

  • Many tennis players come to see globetrotting as soul-crushing and do little more than shuttle back and forth between their hotel rooms and the tennis courts.

    Federer's Best Shot

  • Bill sez, "Today, Thursday, is the 90th birthday of Fred Pohl, science fiction novelist, who has also been a literary agent, teenage magazine editor, political activist, globetrotting lecturer, and member of SF fandom."

    Boing Boing

  • Bill Clinton has largely stayed out of the limelight, quietly continuing his globetrotting on behalf of the world's poor and downtrodden.

    Analysis: Bill Clinton as a diplomatic fix-it man

  • Is there some reason why they couldn't make intelligent decisions without going globetrotting around the world when they could just pick up a phone or type an email?

    House to back off from controversial plane purchase

  • Rob Fuller: from globetrotting chef to Regina restauranteur

    Rob Fuller: from globetrotting chef to Regina restauranteur

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