Thesaurus / roamed


They roamed about their domain with the satisfaction of princes in a palace.

We roamed the country from tea-time till sun-down; sometimes in the Summer long after that.

Wilfrid CumbermedeGeorge MacDonald

They had, consequently, roamed over a stretch of country at least two miles broad between dirt road and railroad.

Left Tackle ThayerRalph Henry Barbour

Good-night, O earth and sea, wherein I have roamed so far and sailed so many a league!

The Crooked StickRolf Boldrewood

He roamed the world over, smuggled, ran into danger, exposed himself to death every day—and lived through all.

The Gypsy Queen's VowMay Agnes Fleming

Nevertheless, the rebels maintained themselves and roamed the country at will.

He roamed about the sandy bottom in one corner, and thrust his nose and his hands into it, laying his cheek on the smooth surface.

The Art of DisappearingJohn Talbot Smith

Nevertheless, the house seemed very lonely to Beatrice after Mrs. Mackenzie went away, and she roamed about restlessly.

He roamed and circled around among the hills and through the swamps for, I reckon, more than five miles.

Cruisings in the CascadesGeorge O. Shields

The mob did not give up a gun, but bands of them roamed over the country searching for the Saints.


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