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- n. A trip around the world.
- v. To travel all over the world for pleasure and sightseeing.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. to travel all over the world for pleasure and sightseeing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. travel all over the world for pleasure and sightseeing
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Giving a twist to the usual parent-offspring tandem, Jenna Sykes will globe-trot with her birth mother, Andie DeKroon.
The rest was his fault for choosing to globe-trot once he got his canadian Passport.
Arar was still a Syrian Citizen and used a canadian passport to globe-trot,CAIR had coached Arar to not aid the RCMP expose Momin Khawaja as a terrorist at the Arar's Mosque in Ottawa and that's when the Arar fled canada.
This vision of global warming — already globally familiar — will also globe-trot to St. Louis, Cleveland and Chicago, as well as Denmark, the United Arab Emirates, Spain, South Korea and Mexico.
Matthew BarisonTargu Mures, RomaniaMillionaires who globe-trot and feel at home literally anywhere are the order of the day.
Re: Hawksmoor, I wish you had spoken sooner :- Act 2 of Bitchy's globe-trot begins on Thursday.
-- India -- Ceylon -- The End. I hope these hasty notes, so hurriedly and scantily given, may have interested my readers enough to secure their company for one more globe-trot, which shall be rushed through in order to bring these reminiscences to a close.
"You just go over and globe-trot the quartz-mill while I'm gone, and we'll fix things right in a shake."
"You'd better get up and globe-trot again, Woman, and not unpack," she uttered, with a lone woman's habit of talking to herself.
Tiny songbirds weighing no more than two tablespoons of salt apparently globe-trot regularly from the Arctic to Africa, crossing either Asia or the Atlantic to do it, scientists find.