globe-trotting[ glohb-trot ]SEE DEFINITION OF globe-trotting
Synonyms for globe-trotting
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GLOBE-TROTTING
I met Mrs. Strangeways at Brisbane; she and her husband were globe-trotting.
In this sense American literature is too globe-trotting, it has too little savor of the soil.
I am not globe-trotting, and times and seasons don't affect me much.
Can you fancy them 'globe-trotting'—especially in those shawls and caps?
He is no globe-trotting critic, nor is he a collector of statistics; he gives merely an account of what he has seen.
Of course, there are men to whom one great city is as another—commercial travellers, impresarios, globe-trotting millionaires.
I hope you are tired of globe-trotting, and ready to anchor yourself at your own fireside.
I am globe-trotting, I may as well tell you—though it will probably prejudice you against me.
I am very well to do, and I am fond of what I believe is vulgarly called "globe-trotting."
The supposed wealth of this globe-trotting, dark clothed lady friend is to have a big fall.