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verb as in journey

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The three of us slid on our rumps all the way back to camp and then began the long trek back to the cars.

Parents and coaches worry that the longer teams continue the treks, the wider the gulf will become between those who can afford to take part and those who can’t – creating yet another inequity among children as the pandemic drags on.

The San Diego Surf Soccer Club in Del Mar is one of them now making the trek regularly —traveling hundreds of miles to play mostly neighboring Southern California teams.

So much so that his staffers considered having him skip the ceremony in Oslo, only attending once it was clear that winners rarely avoided the trek except in dire circumstances.

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We had planned a honeymoon trek in Patagonia, but I got very sick shortly after our wedding, and have suffered from a chronic illness for much of our time together, which means I’m limited in the things I’m able to do.

The group trekked for about 10 days trying out numerous plants before they found the right one: Scorpion Tail.

As mountaineers ducked out of them and trekked toward Everest, she dreamed of following.

Thus Rowe trekked to the Buckeye State to talk about the “skills gap.”

Zulleth Romero was 12 when she and her mother trekked through the ovenlike Arizona desert.

She trekked across the country holding Sally Ride Science Fairs and talking about her adventures while little mouths gaped in awe.

So we put our oddments in our pillow-case, rolled up our bedrooms into a convenient bundle and trekked.

So he had buried everything that it was possible thus to hide, and incontinently trekked.

On the 7th the sky was immovable, and we trekked four miles due east, camped once more and walked about without finding our goal.

The great man noticed one man solitary As he trekked a turbid trail.

We ought to have avoided this border altogether, and trekked straight down to Luneburg.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to trekked, such as: traipse, tramp, migrate, hike, trudge, and plod.

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