from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to or of the nature of an excursion.


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  • For the present he must content himself, in England, at least, with his own legs, and with the bank-holiday which now comes so often as to be dreaded by his betters when it lets him loose upon their travel and sojourn in excursional multitude.

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  • Pray let me divide the little excursional excesses of the journey among the gentlemen, as I have always done before, and pray believe that I have had the sincerest pleasure and gratification in your co-operation and society, valuable and interesting on all public accounts, and personally of no mean worth, nor held in slight regard.

    The Letters of Charles Dickens Vol. 3 (of 3), 1836-1870


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