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  • n. Plural form of expeditionist.


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  • You can blame Starr and his fellow fishing-expeditionists for losing all sense of proportion.

    The Two Mr. Clintons

  • When, years later, we came back with a group of expeditionists, it wasn't with the idea of winning a war with a handful of men.

    The Speech

  • Instead of holding the key of the {266} Mississippi Valley, the expeditionists did not even know where they were.

    French Pathfinders in North America

  • Neither need we relate the ordinary incidents of travel which befell our expeditionists, on their way to the mountains of Lapland.

    Bruin The Grand Bear Hunt

  • The river Napo is one of the largest of the head waters of the Amazon, and one of the most interesting -- since, by it, most of the early expeditionists descended in search of the country of the gilded kings, and the gold-roofed temples of Manoa.

    Bruin The Grand Bear Hunt

  • That it was possible might be inferred, from the fact of their father having issued the orders; but it was necessary for the young expeditionists to set out with caution: else might they take a wrong route, and be altogether unable to fulfil his injunctions.

    Bruin The Grand Bear Hunt

  • The white navigators alluded to are evidently the expeditionists who were sent by Mehemet Ali, Viceroy of Egypt, up the

    What Led to the Discovery of the Source of the Nile

  • The exaggerated account of its volume, however, given by the expeditionists who were sent up the Nile by Mehemet Ali, did not surprise us, since they had mistaken its position; for we were now 3°

    The Discovery of the Source of the Nile

  • “charge of cannibalism” against unfortunate expeditionists.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night


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