- v. Simple past tense and past participle of sojourn.
“We have sojourned through time and space on this Earthplane level of existence to come to a point of convergence: a convergence of human experience, of trials and errors, of a multitude of learning lessons, to demonstrate to us to that which works and does not work.”
“I sojourned and I journeyed until my paws were raw with soot and dry scabs.”
“Later chapters carry things forward, first to the Netherlands (where the Pilgrims sojourned for roughly a decade), then overseas to the hallowed settlement they called Plimoth Plantation.”
“In summer the Suruts sojourned to their country house at Arverne in Rockaway Queens.”
“For the last 34 years Dr. Little, 61 sojourned unpaid to the far flung nether regions of Afghanistan coordinating eye care for some of poorest people in the world, in work sponsored in part by a hometown church, the First Presbyterian Church in the update New York City of Schednectady.”
“Bode explained to the small group that sojourned to Wades Bay on Aug. 28 that the best places to look for marine fossils are right along where the tide turns.”
“When the car alarms got too insistent we threw water balloons at them; we grew basil and mint on our fire escape and sojourned on the roof for brief vacations from the sensory overload of the street.”
“At the labyrinthine Westin, where I sojourned last week, I was treated to the haunting spectacle of a Scottish bagpipe player.”
“If you're sojourned in Brooklyn for any length of time, you may know it as the section bookended by the entrance to the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway and that spot in which a flock of Hasidim seem to wait eternally for the bus.”
“Vossiuss work was known through out western Europe, and he sojourned at several foreign universities, including a stint at Oxford as LL. D from 1629-1632.”
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