travel


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go

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be transmitted

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go fast

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Synonyms for travel

to make or go on a journey

to move along a particular course

to become known far and wide

Synonyms for travel

change location

undertake a journey or trip

travel upon or across

undergo transportation as in a vehicle

travel from place to place, as for the purpose of finding work, preaching, or acting as a judge

References in classic literature ?
Excellent couriers are somewhat rare; if the reader is about to travel, he will find it to his advantage to make a note of this one.
I have carefully avoided every fault with which common writers of travels are often too justly charged.
Oh, go with me; if we five are together, we shall easily travel through the wide world.
It is my plan for a machine to travel through time.
You are fond of travel, and in three days you will see Moscow.
At the end of four years we went abroad again, and travel took away the appetite for reading as completely as writing did.
He was dreadfully tired of living all alone in the woods and wanted to travel and see people.
We cannot travel as rapidly as you two, and there is no reason why all should be lost because of that.
This meant longer hours of travel, and Daylight, for good measure and for a margin against accidents, hit the trail for twelve hours a day.
Never travel with a friend who deserts you at the approach of danger.
You see," said the Lightning, as it crept past him inch by inch, "I can travel considerably faster than you.
We travel up Klondike, up Bonanza and Eldorado, over to Indian River, to Sulphur Creek, to Dominion, back across divide to Gold Bottom and to Too Much Gold, and back to Dawson.
But a reason had to be given for the journey, for in those days people did not travel about from place to place for the mere pleasure of seeing another town, as we do now.
I would behold magnificent Switzerland; I would travel to Italy, and "
Our history, just before it was obliged to turn about and travel backwards, had mentioned the departure of Sophia and her maid from the inn; we shall now therefore pursue the steps of that lovely creature, and leave her unworthy lover a little longer to bemoan his ill-luck, or rather his ill-conduct.