American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Having made journeys; experienced in travel.
- adj. Frequented by travelers: a heavily traveled road.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In geology, technically applied to boulders which have been moved far from their parent ledges, as in the case of glacial erratics.
- Harassed; tormented; fretted.
- Worked over; turned up with the spade; tilled.
- Having made journeys; having gone, or having been carried, to distant points or countries: as, traveled Madeira is highly prized.
- Having gained knowledge or experience by labor or travel; hence, experienced; knowing.
- adj. US Frequented by travelers.
- adj. US Experienced in travel.
- v. US Simple past tense and past participle of travel.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Having made journeys; having gained knowledge or experience by traveling; hence, knowing; experienced.
- adj. familiar with many parts of the world
- adj. traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term
“Her name traveled through his mind, and he berated himself for not stopping her.”
“The word traveled through Park City; I even overheard a conversation about our film in a bus headed to a different screening.”
“But taxing actual miles traveled is perhaps perceived as being a factor one has more control over, and so can be justified in this sense.”
“I also love that the person who complains about “endless quibbling” is the one who argues with my characterization of a statistically insignificant increase of less than 7000 miles traveled from a base of 2,900,000 as stagnant or no growth.”
“I also love that the person who complains about “endless quibbling” is the one who argues with my characterization of a statistically insignificant increase of less than 7000 miles traveled from a base of 2,900,000 as stagnant or no growth. jack lecou says:”
“And even you should be able to figure out that an increase of under 7,000 miles traveled on over 2,900,000 miles traveled is statistically insignificant, and is why the FHWA said there was a 0% increase, and why I used the word “stagnant.””
“They traveled from the suburb of Mt. Washington and, even when the Steelers were losing late in the game, Marcus was preparing for the celebration.”
“In September, Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin traveled to Siberia for some hunting, fishing and horseback riding.”
“ElamBend: me: your presumption that I have not traveled is misplaced.”
“Total students per class 55 GMAT required Yes Median GMAT score N/A Average GMAT score 630 Graduate Comments From the Survey As part of the Cornell Program all students complete a global project where global traveled is required.”
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