excursionist[ ik-skur-zhuh-nist, -shuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF excursionist
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXCURSIONIST
The excursionist thinks of but little else during his stay there.
I was provided with a receipt and duly and officially accepted as an excursionist.
But I also contributed my excursionist's share to these singular conversations.
If the diary of a Greek excursionist or tourist had come down to us, we should probably find in it entries of a very similar kind.
It looks like a dark-colored cup with a ragged margin, and may be seen by the excursionist in the spring on the roadside.
Once I stopped four weeks in this place, and I began to tremble at the very sight of an excursionist.
At any rate, the trail of the excursionist—the "cheap tripper," as he is called in England,—is over it all.
By means of a wire ladder the excursionist descends still deeper into the bowels of the earth.
There is a gradual ascent to the steps, and the final flight of 41 brings the excursionist to the gate and to the sunshine.
The Toynbee Hall excursionist would find the snow lacking in the radiance that had dazzled him.