voyaging[ voi-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF voyaging
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VOYAGING
For it is a month's voyaging from San Francisco to China—or, at least, was then.
He knew nothing of the great river on which they were voyaging.
I have alluded to the distresses of winter voyaging to Skye.
It looks as though the Falcon had reached the end of her voyaging at last.
The loss of the Jean on Ealan Dubh had sundered him for ever from his life of voyaging.
Voyaging cannot be enjoyment to most of them; it must be suffering.
For many years voyaging on the Ganges has gone out of fashion.
One seems to be nearly alone with nature while voyaging on this broad tide.
He was voyaging, like myself, for the benefit of his health, but his case was a bad one.
They are voyaging from lands of summer, and are already sorry they came.