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- v. To digress.
- v. To pass beyond limits; to go to or towards an extreme.
- v. To take an excursion.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To run out or forth; to extend.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To go beyond proper limits; run to an extreme.
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Anyone interested in an excur sion should make reservations for dinner at Restaurant Lille Herbern, at Bygdo island (Oslo Fjord).
Her cousin Laurana was always with her in these excur-sions, and sometimes
Singing class, Winston Lodge, 167 ½ receipts excur.
Twenty-Eighth Annual Report of the Board of Directors, Treasurer and Superintendent of the Oxford Orphan Asylum, Oxford, North Carolina to the Grand Lodge of North Carolina A. F. & A.M. for the Year Ending November 30, 1900:
This was the first golfing excur-sion for both of them this year.
If you are disposed for a little excur - flion into the countiy by way of variety, no one will be more glad to see you. —
As to our hero, he so fully put on the charac - ter of a shipwrecked seaman, that in his first excur - sion he gained a very considerable booty, having likewise ingeniously imitated the passes and certifi - cates that were necessary for him to travel unmo - lested.
In these excur - sions, opportunities continually occurred for observing, and collecting information respecting, those objects which are inter - esting to adventurers into a new country, and which may be gratifying to the curios - ity of others.
A topographical description of the state of Ohio, Indiana territory, and Louisiana : comprehending the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers, and their principal tributary streams ; the face of the country, soils, waters, natural productions, animal, vegetable, and mineral ; towns, villages, settlements and improvements ; and a concise account of the Indian tribes west of the Mississippi ; to which is added, an interesting journal of Mr. Chas. Le Raye, while a captive with the Sioux nation, on the waters of the Missouri River
Longe excur -, rent R E rem bine inde germinans, f. rcd'uulas dem'ittens. —
Afgha'n ufed frequently to make excur - fipns to the mountains; where. his progeny, after his death, eftablifhed themfelves, lived in a ftate of independence, buijt forts, and exter - piinated the Infidels.
"Ricky saved the day with alarms and excur - sions without.