travel[ trav-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF travel
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR TRAVEL
I suspected that much tiredness of travel would be involved.
We travel from place to place in our own little locomotives which we call automobiles.
Did not travel to-day, as there was good feed and water at this camp.
Travel, says she—enlarge your mind—why, how big would she have it?
And even after nearly 225 years, we have a long way yet to travel.
You must travel on the cars, but what are cars without rails?
Better to sleep here at this inn, and then travel on to Minstead in the morning.
That the half may be better than the whole in travel is an axiom verified every day.
They don't do anything, you know—they travel around and have a good time.
"Well, you are a good one to travel," cried the man, still laughing.