voyager[ voi-uh-jer ]SEE DEFINITION OF voyager
Synonyms for voyager
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOYAGER
No voyager or artist can do justice to the scenery of the Bosphorus.
This is the boat of the northern traveler, the voyager of the upper ways.
The voyager makes his paddle about as long as his rifle, up to his chin in length.
True, according to the voyager, the precious metal was itself absent.
Now what strikes the voyager is the barrenness and desolation of the land.
That voyager had broken up his colony and abandoned New France.
These have been mentioned with surprise by every voyager since the time of Pernety.
"You'll upset this one before we can get ashore," the other voyager remarked.
So our voyager had walked not only for a whole day but through the night.
A hole cut in the square sail enables the voyager to see ahead.