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field trip

noun as in group excursion

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Ali, who works with younger students in the program, recalls a field trip in which the children asked for ice cream.

They have already planned field trips to local parks and ordered biology labs.

Even a recent outing to a retail store was a thrilling field trip for the family, he says.

While I would like to think I chose the latter out of self-reflection and an aversion to the status quo, I think the decision was more about the promise of having less homework and more field trips.

He plans to use the winnings to pay off some of his student loans and help pay for supplies and field trips for his students.

“The highlight was a school field trip that came specially to see Bach in the Subways who were perfectly behaved,” he says.

Standing in the dark, I felt lost, like the time I wandered off by myself on a second-grade field trip to the history museum.

When I was in junior high, our 8th grade class took a field trip to Florida.

Not to be missed: Chris Farley as the angry bus driver taking the kids on a field trip.

Shandee, a student on a geology field trip, finds a disembodied—but talkative—arm in a quarry.

On a field trip he had undertaken as a student, the young engineer inadvertently stumbled across a treasure in manganese.

Field trip planned to show that insects feed upon plants; make their homes upon plants.

If possible let the children take a field trip in connection with these lessons.

Other modifications of these forms may easily be found on any field trip.

At least one field trip must be planned for the month of May.


On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to field trip, such as: day trip, excursion, expedition, jaunt, junket, and outing.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.