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Another word for journey

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Verb
  1. To make or go on a journey

      1. To cause to move into a certain position:
      2. To go through a trial, test, examination, or course of study successfully; satisfy given requirements or standards
      3. To pronounce; utter:
      1. To journey or travel from place to place, especially on foot.
      2. To follow (a route, etc.); travel, esp. walk, along, over, or through
      3. To travel through or over; traverse.
      1. To pass or journey over or through; traverse:
      2. To go about in the company of a particular group; associate:
      3. (--- Informal) To move swiftly:
      1. To journey on foot, especially to hike through mountainous areas.
      2. (Informal) To go, esp. on foot
      3. (South Afr.) To travel by ox wagon
      1. To walk, run, or dance with light, rapid steps; skip; caper
      2. To catch (a person) in a lie, error, etc.
      3. (Slang) To experience a trip
    Idioms:
    See also:

    move

  2. To move along a particular course

    See also:

    move

Another word for journey

Noun
      1. A transition; change
      2. (Astron.) The apparent passage of a celestial body across a given meridian or through the field of a telescope
      3. Conveyance of people or goods from one place to another, especially on a local public transportation system.
      1. A segment of a written work or speech:
      2. The right to travel as a passenger, especially on a ship:
      3. The right, permission, or power to come and go freely:
      1. An intense, stimulating, or exciting experience:
      2. A going from one place to another; a journey.
      3. A certain way of life or situation:
      1. A group organized for such a trip or for a shorter sightseeing excursion.
      2. Any trip, as for inspection; round; circuit; specif., a trip, as by a theatrical company or speaker, to give performances, lectures, etc. at a number of cities
      3. A turn or shift of work; esp., a period of duty or military service at a single place
      1. A group taking a short pleasure trip together.
      2. A usually short journey made for pleasure; an outing.
      3. A round trip (on a train, bus, ship, etc.) at reduced rates, usually with limits set on the dates of departure and return
      1. (Archaic) A wearisome journey.
      2. Such a trip; excursion
      3. A short trip or excursion, usually for pleasure; an outing.
      1. Any long journey, as to a place of historical interest
      2. A long journey or search, especially one of exalted purpose or moral significance.
      1. A leisurely pace.
      2. A slow, leisurely gait
      3. A leisurely and aimless walk; stroll
      1. A relatively long journey or passage by water or, formerly, by land
      2. A long journey to a foreign or distant place, especially by sea.
      3. The events of a journey of exploration or discovery considered as material for a narrative.
      1. A trip or tour, especially:
      2. One taken by a person who is the guest of a business or agency seeking favor or patronage.
      3. (Gaming) 20-40 table gaming rooms for which the capacity and limits change daily. Junket rooms are often rented out to private vendors who run tour groups through them and give a portion of the proceeds to the main casino.
      1. The act of passing across, thwarting, interbreeding, etc.
      2. A place at which roads, lines, or tracks intersect; an intersection.
      3. A place at which a river, railroad, or highway, for example, may be crossed:
      1. A journey undertaken by a group of people with a definite objective:
      2. The journey, etc. itself
      3. A sending forth or starting out on a journey, voyage, march, etc. for some definite purpose, as exploration or battle
      1. An epic poem, ascribed to Homer, that describes the journey of Odysseus after the fall of Troy.
      2. An extended adventurous voyage or trip.
      3. The younger of the two surviving ancient Greek epic poems, traditionally ascribed to Homer but containing much orally transmitted material composed over several centuries, and concerning the adventures and ordeals of the Greek warrior Odysseus after the fall of Troy as he struggles to return home and reestablish himself as king of Ithaca.
      1. The full extent over which something moves or is heard, seen, understood, effective, etc.; scope
      2. A stove with spaces for cooking a number of things at the same time.
      3. A group or series of things extending in a line or row, especially a row or chain of mountains.
      1. A person or persons patrolling
      2. The act of moving about an area especially by an authorized and trained person or group, for purposes of observation, inspection, or security.
      3. One or more military vehicles, boats, ships, or aircraft assigned to guard or reconnoiter a given area.
      1. (Ballet) A movement in which one leg is brought in contact with the other or both legs are brought together in the air
      2. A variable unit of time measuring a pause taken by an actor, as for dramatic effect.
      3. Any of a group of U.S. writers in the 1950s and 1960s whose work grew out of and expressed beat attitudes
      1. Any tree that looks like a willow
      2. A sudden effort toward action or expression:
      3. Any sudden start into activity
      1. An event that is not, or cannot be, foreseen; an accident; chance; contingency.
      2. Something on which a risk is taken, as the merchandise in a commercial enterprise or a stake in gambling
      3. The thing risked; a stake; especially, something sent to sea in trade.
      1. A liking for danger, excitement, etc.
      2. An unusual, stirring experience, often of a romantic nature
      3. An undertaking of a questionable nature, especially one involving intervention in another state's affairs.
      1. A detailed outline for a proposed journey
      2. A record of a journey
      3. A route or proposed route of a journey.
      1. A typical, natural, or customary manner of proceeding or developing:
      2. A part of a meal served at one time
      3. Development in a particular way; progress:
      1. A road, way, or course for traveling; esp., a highway
      2. A means of reaching a goal:
      3. A fixed course or territory assigned to a salesperson or delivery person.
      1. A group of nightclubs, show halls, or resorts at which entertainers appear in turn.
      2. The act of going around something; course or journey around
      3. A path or route the complete traversal of which without local change of direction requires returning to the starting point.
      1. Any tour like this
      2. (Cycling) One of the three most prominent cycling races: either the Tour de France, Giro d'Italia and Vuelta a España.
      3. An extended tour of continental Europe formerly considered a finishing course in the education of young men of the English upper class.
      1. A rambling; esp., an aimless stroll
      2. A leisurely, sometimes lengthy walk.
      1. Travelling with no preset route; roaming.
      2. Travels, esp. when extended and apparently purposeless
      3. Aimless thought.
      1. Something that lies across, especially:
      2. A single leg of such a course
      3. A passage by which one may cross; way across
      1. The act of traversing; a crossing
      2. The product or result of traversing
      1. A stay or sojourn as a guest.
      2. An official or professional call, as of a doctor
      3. The act or an instance of visiting a person or place.
      1. A temporary stay; a brief period of residence.
      2. A brief or temporary stay; visit
      1. (Basketball) A violation committed by progressing while holding the ball instead of dribbling it.
      1. An operation or series of operations energetically pursued to accomplish a purpose:
      2. A series of military operations undertaken to achieve a large-scale objective during a war:
      3. A series of organized, planned actions for a particular purpose, as for electing a candidate
      1. Any journey or leg of a journey
      2. A journey or leg of a journey, especially when slow or difficult.
      3. (South Afr.) A journey made by ox wagon, or one leg of such a journey
      1. A journey taken to escape from danger; an exodus.
      2. A flight to escape danger.
      3. A trip or journey, esp. one made to escape a dangerous or undesirable situation
      1. A group migrating together.
      2. A group of people, or of birds, fishes, etc., migrating together
      3. (Chemistry & Physics) The movement of one atom or more from one position to another within a molecule.
      1. A single file of vehicles or pack animals.
      2. (Brit.) A mobile home or trailer
      3. A company of travelers, esp. of merchants or pilgrims traveling together for safety, as through a desert
      1. The act or process of transmigrating
      1. (Countable) An instance of wandering.
      2. (Uncountable, computing, telecommunications) The use of a network or service from different locations or devices.
      3. A customer's use of a cellular phone outside the region served by his or her carrier
      1. In medieval romance, a chivalric journey undertaken by a knight in order to procure or achieve a particular object or end
      2. Any journey or undertaking in pursuit of a typically lofty or noble goal
      3. The act or an instance of seeking or pursuing something; a search.
      1. A journey or trip:
      2. A trip into any undeveloped area to see, photograph or hunt wild animals in their own environment.
      3. An overland expedition, especially one for hunting or exploring in eastern Africa.
      1. The act or an instance of exploring:
      2. An exploring or being explored
      1. The state or characteristic of being a vagabond.
      2. Vagabonds, considered as a collective.
      3. The state or condition of being a vagabond; vagrant way of life
      1. (Now Rare) A wandering in thought or talk; digression
      2. Shiftless or idle wandering without money or work, as of tramps, beggars, etc.
      3. An unpredictable development or change of circumstances:
      1. Movement in a circular course or about an axis
      2. A complete course, succession, or series:
      3. (Sports & Games) A unit of play that occupies a specified time, constitutes a certain number of plays, or allows each player a turn, especially the 18-hole sequence played in golf or one of the periods in a boxing match.
      1. A leisurely walk.
      2. A wandering on foot; an idle and leisurely walk; a ramble.
      3. The act of strolling; leisurely walk
      1. (Football) A player's act of carrying the ball, usually for a specified distance:
      2. A trail or way made or frequented by animals.
      3. A track or slope along or down which something can travel:
      1. A ship, esp. a small steamship, that has no regular schedule, arranging for cargo, occasional passengers, and ports of call as it goes along
      2. The sound produced by heavy walking or marching.
      3. A person who travels about on foot, esp. one doing odd jobs or begging for a living; hobo; vagrant
      1. A long walk or march.
      2. An often abrupt increase or rise:
      1. A square-dance figure in which couples march counterclockwise in a circle.
      2. A dance motion consisting of a walk, done while square dancing.
      3. A leisurely walk, especially one taken in a public place as a social activity.
      1. A walk taken regularly for one's health.
      2. A walk that is taken regularly for good health and wellbeing.
      1. A change or reversal of course or direction
      2. A change or deviation, as in a trend:
      3. One of a series of such opportunities accorded people in succession or in scheduled order:
      1. Exposure to open air for exercise or the promotion of health.
      2. Exposure to public knowledge
      3. A walk or ride outdoors
      1. A pleasure trip or holiday outdoors or away from home
      2. A public performance or appearance, specif. one by a pitcher in a baseball game
      3. An excursion, typically a pleasure trip.
      1. (--- Football) A series of plays that advances the ball, often, specif., one resulting in a field goal or touchdown
      2. The power or energy to get things done; enthusiastic or aggressive vigor
      3. A strong organized effort to accomplish a purpose:
      1. A regular forward movement; steady advance; progress
      2. A piece of music, with a steady, even beat, suitable for marching to
      3. The distance covered within a certain period of time by moving or progressing steadily and rhythmically:
      1. A pleasure outing at which a meal is eaten outdoors
      2. An easy or pleasant task.
      3. (Slang) An easy task or pleasant experience:
      1. A little shake, shove, or nudge
      2. A projecting or notched part, esp. one at right angles, in a surface or line
      3. A sharp, temporary change of direction, as in a road or one's course
      1. The act or an instance of prowling.
      1. Appearance or aspect:
      2. The act or instance of looking:
      3. A distinctive, unified manner of dress or fashion:
      1. The process of surveying a tract of land
      2. A plan or written description of this
      3. A gathering of a sample of data or opinions considered to be representative of a whole.
      1. Any of the separate military expeditions undertaken as part of the Crusades
      2. A vigorous, concerted action for some cause or idea, or against some abuse
      3. A concerted effort or vigorous movement for a cause or against an abuse:
      1. (Law) An English legal ceremony in which an official from a town or parish walks around it to delineate and record its boundaries.
      2. (Rare) A survey, a tour; a walking around.
      1. A surname​.
      2. The act or an instance of cruising, especially a sea voyage for pleasure.
      3. The action of cruising; esp., a cruising voyage by ship, often, specif., one taken for pleasure on a cruise ship
      1. The act, manner, or power of flying or moving through space
      2. A group of things flying through the air together
      3. The distance covered or that can be covered at one time by an airplane, bird, projectile, etc.
      1. A trip in a ship or boat, esp. one moved by sails
      2. Something, such as the blade of a windmill, that resembles a sail in form or function.
      3. Any of the shaped sheets of canvas or other strong material spread to catch or deflect the wind, by means of which some vessels and some land vehicles are driven forward
      1. The act or practice of navigating
      2. Travel or traffic by vessels, especially commercial shipping.
      3. The theory and practice of navigating, especially the charting of a course for a ship or aircraft.
      1. A series of special religious services designed to increase faith or bring about conversion
      2. An organization for carrying on missionary work in a territory.
      3. An ambition or purpose that is assumed by a person or group:
      1. A means or opportunity to ride, as by automobile
      2. The way a car, etc. rides
      3. A means of transportation:
    See also:

    .travel

    walk

    trip

Verb
  1. See also:

    .travel