Thesaurus / pilgrim
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Eastward therefore the adventurer, the trader, and the pilgrim turned, and found in the Mediterranean their natural pathway.

The pilgrim and his two companions now enter the city, and proceed first to the street of the married people.

Any well-illustrated edition of "Pilgrim's Progress" will give an excellent idea of these costumes.

The Count passed into a narrow cellar whither the pilgrim had preceded him.

I once formed one of a circle when a pilgrim returned to his native village.

In the Heart of AfricaSamuel White Baker

He was, to the last day he spent here, "a pilgrim and a stranger in the earth," and had not therein "where to lay his head."

The room in which the pilgrim slept had a window opening towards the sunrising, and the name of the room was Peace.

Looks like the Pilgrim was right—there's a lady took charge here.

The Long ShadowB. M. Bower

Some damn dirty skunk's been writing this about me and The Pilgrim.'

The HypocriteCyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull

And always, for the Pilgrim, the sky by day was a sky of brass, softened not by so much as a wreath of cloud mist.

The Uncrowned KingHarold Bell Wright

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