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fellow traveler

noun as in somebody on same journey

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Heard only by Fran and us readers, Austen offers wry comments on the lifestyles, decisions and hypocrisies of not just her fellow travelers, but the 21st century itself.

Like many of my fellow travelers, what drew me to the worlds of theoretical physics was also seeded in my earliest existential doubts, and the struggle to come to terms with the answers the people around me seemed to content themselves with.

Look around you and you’ll see it in the wary eyes of your fellow travelers.

We lift the bulky suitcases of our fellow travelers into the overhead bins, strike up conversations around knitting projects and sports jerseys.

From 1856—the year they were first noticed—until the present day, Neanderthals have consistently been framed in opposition to us, not as fellow travelers along evolution’s swift and mighty cataract.

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She went on to tweet 64 times on the subject of her nightmare fellow traveler.

Exit the fellow traveler, looking for a movie far from the madding goons at Winterland.

Down in the white-supremacy cesspool of, some contributors thought they recognized a fellow traveler.

Keep pumping in money while appointing some fellow-traveler bloggers to run GM?

His fellow-traveler likewise stood with folded hands, and gazed upon the forest, and the towns that lay in the bright sunshine.

He capered along on the high-road, as he returned to the inn where his fellow-traveler was waiting his return.

But the fellow-traveler made himself invisible; and as he flew behind the princess, he thrashed her with his rod till she bled.

But nobody could see the fellow-traveler, who had placed himself right behind the throne, where he could see and hear everything.

The fellow-traveler was likewise much rejoiced on hearing how matters had turned out.


On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to fellow traveler, such as: companion, comrade, sidekick, supporter, sympathetic person, and sympathizer.

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