from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The act or process of taking a voyage; a journey by water.
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- verb Present participle of
- noun Act of travelling or going on a voyage.
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Till one last long wave shall whelm her, and our voyaging is past.
484 Alluding to the phrase “Al-safar zafar” = voyaging is victory
But this is a trivial matter compared with the importance of these letters, in a consideration of the effect they produced upon the mind of Columbus, for, if they did not suggest to him the idea of voyaging westerly to discover the Indies, they certainly confirmed him in the opinion that such a voyage could be successfully made.
Some Indians engage in "voyaging" or "tripping" for the traders -- taking out fur packs to the steamboats or railroads, by six-fathom canoe, York boat, or sturgeon-head scow brigades, and bringing in supplies.
Everyone who has done a little "voyaging," as they call it in France, knows that a few miles to the south of Samer rises a very steep hill, across which the route lies, and that diligence travellers are generally invited to walk up it.
"voyaging" do a little hunting and trapping on their own account.
When it comes to digital voyaging, it will blow your mind.
We're reminded that until recently coaches retained some romantic cachet, whether steered by voyaging hippies, flying pickets, football fans or itinerant ravers.
But, since you say that you were voyaging to Japan for your health, I can assure you that it will improve no better anywhere than aboard the Ghost.
Saint-Saëns was an especially ardent and serious exponent of Orientalism, regularly visiting Algeria and voyaging through Egypt and even as far as Indo-China.