traveling


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Synonyms for traveling

capable of moving or being moved from place to place

Synonyms for traveling

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I told the Count briefly of the death of my traveling companion.
He had had enough of traveling with what he considered a madman.
I must remain where I am, with my traveling companion to look after me; and the guide must trust his pony to discover the nearest place of shelter to which I can be removed.
I discover my traveling companion at the further end of the room, evidently occupied in questioning the guide.
The fatigues of traveling, and the excitement of his anticipated meeting with me, had proved together to be too much for my husband.
One reason for this was that traveling was slow and often dangerous.
One engine only at full speed, drawing a triumphal carriage, had the right of traveling for those four days on the railroads of the United States.
Will they ever lay the foundation of a traveling service through the solar world?
With all of these available services, plus the equipment the traveling business person carries, productivity while on the road can equal or exceed that in the office.
Just as it doesn't make good business sense for employees to choose their own desk or chair from an unmanaged list of vendors, it also isn't smart for a company to operate without policies and parameters that need to be followed when traveling.
Our goal is to not only educate the trade about faith-based travel, but also the consumer - for example, educating pastors and religious group leaders themselves about the value and benefits of traveling together as a community.
CASMA actively promotes the use of automation in airline sales and marketing to find the fastest, most efficient means of distributing the air product to the traveling public.
SOUTHLAKE, Texas -- A recent survey of financial executives conducted in February, 2006 indicates that nearly 92 percent of respondents plan to spend the same or more on travel, primarily because they are traveling more often, but also due to higher business travel costs this year.