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In every mission, your team of four had to traverse a linear, apocalyptic series of levels, pre-constructed with paths and cinematic events but remixed for each playthrough with new enemy and item configurations.

Express forecastForecast in detailReal wintry cold is with us for a couple of days as winds traverse the snowy expanse to our northwest, holding highs mainly in the 30s.

Many people left behind their jobs and spent their life savings on the quest, and at least four people died along the treacherous traverse through the Rocky Mountains.

In the new experiment, up to 76 photons traversed a network of 100 channels.

We traversed many miles of extremely rutted and potholed Forest Service roads, crossed soft loamy terrain, and crawled up steep, loose desert hardscrabble.

Most of the young trekkers traversing the circuit still find time to check their email and update their Facebook pages.

He is the chronicler of a colorful fashion-loving world, famously traversing Manhattan on his bicycle.

Then again, traversing train tracks may be nothing compared to the social risks of moving to Brooklyn.

But once there, traversing the arid desert plains and breaking bread with the indigenous peoples, inspiration struck.

We were about nine hours of fair daylight traversing 160 miles of level or descending grade, with a light passenger train.

A broad paved road, traversing virgin forests, runs up the side of the mountain.

For a long time, as the reader knows, he had had a peculiar manner of traversing the country in all parts without being observed.

On traversing the shore, we discovered a morai, or rather a heap of bones.

After traversing two or three counties, I reached the confines of Lincolnshire.

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On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to traversing, such as: changing, shifting, advancing, climbing, evolving, and flying.

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