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- v. Present participle of journey.
- n. gerund of journeying
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- n. the act or process of traveling from one place to another.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of traveling from one place to another
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“Work,” he says, reading a text message, his expression journeying through increasing stages of concern.
In 2006's Lonely Planet, Rosefeldt himself plays a bandana-wearing backpacker on an impossible quest for the authentic Indian experience, journeying from the desert through Mumbai's slums and on to a Bollywood movie set over and over again.
Through my life I was weaned in journeying to death
After journeying from the Holy Land back to his own small village, he finds his nightmare is just beginning.
In Ac 18: 18, 19, Paul, in journeying from Corinth to
The stroller toiling on his own account, "padding the hoof," as he called journeying on foot -- a small bundle under his arm, containing a few clothes and professional appliances -- wandered from place to place, stopping now at a fair, now at a tavern, now at a country-house, to deliver recitations and speeches, and to gain such reward for his labours as he might.
The constant journeying, which is hard to keep track of as written, may become even more confusing on screen in a "wait, we just got here, why are we leaving? oh, wait that was the other group that just stopped but they're leaving too" kind of way.
Burton, already cloyed with civilization, conceived the idea of journeying, via Zeila in Somaliland, to the forbidden and therefore almost unknown city of Harar, and thence to Zanzibar.
It was while staying at Bombay as Mr. Lumsden's guest that Burton, already cloyed with civilization, conceived the idea of journeying, via Zeila in Somaliland, to the forbidden and therefore almost unknown city of Harar, and thence to Zanzibar.
Although his tiny stateroom affords him no pleasure, he anticipates with eagerness the idea of journeying to that land of progress that has been so thoroughly discussed in the British Aisles.