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- v. Present participle of travel.
- n. action of the verb to travel
- adj. that travels (with one)
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- n. the act of going from one place to another
Sorry, no etymologies found.
And the very first lesson to learn in travelling is – do you know what?
Whilst this travelling is all well and good, I don't want to take my eye off the crop of good-looking contemporary fiction heading my way at the moment and the first few weeks of 2008 have heralded some interesting arrivals.
I'm not what you call travelling incognito, do you see, but, so far as the U.S.
That was what he called travelling in "light marching-order."
Marie, conditioning only for another bottle, which he termed a travelling comforter, readily acceded to my wish.
I proposed, therefore, to Oswald, that he should immediately accompany me to the house in which Gerald was then a visitor; the honest Marie, conditioning only for another bottle, which he termed a travelling comforter, readily acceded to my wish.
Yet she spoke of all the marvellous opportunities offered to people (girls, actually, as she was speaking to an audience of female students) who study subjects at school and university that they love, who have broad educational interests, who are interested in travelling the world, and who aren't scared of an abrupt change of direction.
Donna had great joy in travelling the Universe and helping people too.
Whilst travelling is easier and with the influx of immigrants entering into primarily English speaking countries, the need for speakers and translators are in much needed demand.
As an athlete, travelling is one of the worst things for you and I can't afford to deal with all the hassles and pain that goes along with that.