Thesaurus / pilgrimage

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After this, Stephen sang night and morn and midday the songs he had sung—and Calote with him—in the year of pilgrimage.

Long WillFlorence Converse

After this follows an unintelligible story of how she had gone on pilgrimage to Rome, and fought in the Italian wars.

We were on our way to the capital, having been on a pilgrimage to the shrine of Omine.

My visit had not been a success, I cannot recommend a Boswell pilgrimage.

It is mere nonsense to say that her pilgrimage would interfere with politics.

The Tannenhuser had reposed himself a day or two, when Friedrich learned that he was on a pilgrimage to Rome.

He knew that they were to climb together to the temple, and that it was a pilgrimage from which he was contemptuously debarred.

The Dragon PainterMary McNeil Fenollosa

In 1430 he made the pilgrimage with his family and travelled for some five years.

Who has the power to punish so severely a pilgrimage to the shrine of Saint Roch?

The Court JesterCornelia Baker

The thousands that flocked annually to worship the Eleusinian Ceres ceased their pilgrimage.

Willis the PilotJohanna Spyri

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