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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLOBE-TROTTER

Pretty occupation for an old war horse like me or a globe-trotter like you.

Our most interesting little parishioner has set her heart on this globe-trotter.

And, thank Heaven, it has but seldom been defiled by the globe-trotter.

The scene is so familiar that only a “globe-trotter” would notice it.

Mr. Thomas Cook was the son of the original inventor of the ‘Globe-trotter.’

I'm told he's a bit of a globe-trotter, sportsman, and so on.

The globe-trotter smiled a sickly smile, and changed the subject.

Here Gillespie, the globe-trotter, cut into the conversation.

But there is no reverence in the Globe-trotter: he is brazen.

"You are certainly a wonderful people," the globe-trotter said, when he had finished.

WORD ORIGIN

"world traveller," 1871, from globe + agent noun from trot (v.). As a verb, globetrot is recorded from 1883.

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