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  • n. Plural form of excursionist.

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Examples

  • A similar apparatus to the helmet dive, again excursionists can enjoy underwater life without getting hair wet and while wearing glasses.

    Helmet Prop | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • Perhaps the only thing (besides, of course, our common mortality) which we have in common with the excursionists is our love of the trolley-line.

    Confessions of a Summer Colonist (from Literature and Life)

  • It would be mortified to hear the talk of the excursionists, which is more about the quality of the tables and the beds, and the rapidity with which the "whole thing can be done," than about the beauty and the sublimity of nature.

    The Complete Project Gutenberg Writings of Charles Dudley Warner

  • No one, from emperors to excursionists, likes to be naked in public.

    John Feffer: Wikileaks: Full Body Scan of Government

  • No water channel has been so significant as Persian Gulf to the geologists, archaeologists, geographer, merchants, politicians, excursionists, and scholars whether in past or in present.

    Muhammad Sahimi: Madam Secretary, the Name is Persian Gulf

  • Afterwards he found that the vague feeling of alarm had spread to the clients of the underground railway, and that the Sunday excursionists began to return from all over the South-Western “lung”—Barnes, Wimbledon, Richmond Park, Kew, and so forth—at unnaturally early hours; but not a soul had anything more than vague hearsay to tell of.

    The War of The Worlds

  • Coming home, a party of excursionists from Chertsey or Isleworth passed us singing and playing music.

    The War of The Worlds

  • Reports said a group of youths, who had burnt tyres and blocked traffic in Bhaderwah town of Doda district during the bandh, pelted stones on a bus coming from Doda carrying excursionists to Jai.

    Curfew imposed in Rajouri, Bhaderwah

  • Thomas Cook ran tours from Yorkshire and the Midlands and in the the short period of the Exhibition he carried more than 150,000 excursionists to London and back.

    Archive 2008-07-01

  • The sunday morning excursionists were out in force.

    Archive 2008-01-01

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