Thesaurus / voyaging

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This ridiculous incident was the only one that varied the monotony of their first days of voyaging.

The Waif of the "Cynthia"Andr Laurie and Jules Verne

This is on May 13, with more than a month of voyaging in front of them yet!

Two years had been consumed in voyaging to Java, Sumatra, and along the coast of southern India.

Amerigo VespucciFrederick A. Ober

For the voyaging over these shallows, the red skiff was needed.

When the Cock CrowsWaldron Baily

At an early stage of our residence at Benares voyaging on the Ganges was a favourite mode of enjoying the cold season.

I supposed you voyaging toward Australia, if not already there.

Dangerous GroundLawrence L. Lynch

The heroes are fighting in far-off lands or voyaging by sea; hence we hear little of tribal and even of family ties.

Ancient Art and RitualJane Ellen Harrison

But shall we, voyaging in the spirit, use either sailing-boat or motor-boat, in the ordinary acceptation of the latter term.

Through East Anglia in a Motor CarJ. E. (James Edmund) Vincent

And for a long while they remained there, two undisciplined hearts, voyaging through a perilous darkness together.

CommandWilliam McFee

And even when they do not desert their country in person, still their minds are always expatiating and voyaging round the world.

Cicero's Tusculan DisputationsMarcus Tullius Cicero

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