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- adj. Frequented by travellers.
- adj. Experienced in travel.
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of travel.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. etc. See traveled, etc.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. familiar with many parts of the world
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There's a lot of what we call travelled blood in the conservatory, that's to say, blood spurted from an open artery.
Three of my colleagues and I had travelled from the California Academy of Sciences to the remote Radama Islands (map) off the northwest coast of Madagascar to join a team of Malagasy scientists and staff from the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
From Russia to Tibet, Egypt to America, Tintin travelled -- accompanied by his faithful dog Snowy and the irascible Captain Haddock - to solve crimes and become an early champion of the rights of local indigenous people in 23 books published from 1929 onwards.
According to the Australian tourist office, some 649,400 people travelled from the UK to Australia in the year to July?
According to Tourism Australia, 649,400 people travelled from the UK to Australia in the year to July – a drop of 1%, blamed largely on disruption caused by Iceland's volcanic ash cloud rather than on the exchange rate.
Norwegian sax star Garbarek and the Hilliard vocal ensemble have travelled from a largely early-music repertoire in the early 90s to a more inclusively ancient-and-modern one today.
Some who live just down the road and others who had travelled from the other side of the globe.
People think that conservation of vehicle miles travelled is impossible, but it's not. davocate
They travelled from the Yucatan to Tabasco, on to the Aztec Empire and even south to Honduras and Panama over a large network of roads.
Let me see, there is the traditional eatery, named after the local couple who travelled from the far eastern corners of the world to escape persecution, and decided to set up shop here in Redneck County just to feed us.
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