Love, Nate 12 September 2006 Folks, Just returned from a several day excursion with some of the Recon boys from Lejeune.
"It would be an excursion into dark reality," he told the Los Angeles Times.
A basilisk, a sword, and a phoenix mean only one thing for Harry Potter: an excursion into the mysterious chamber.
His tirade against Zionism was relatively brief; his excursion into 9/11 Trutherism, elliptical.
This smell of death cropped up randomly, in various buildings, throughout our excursion.
This is the one excursion of the city; its one pet dissipation.
It would completely spoil the excursion to Dingleford woods.
I lately made an excursion to a neighbouring village, in order to be a spectator of the ceremonies practised.
On this excursion they met with a representation of one of their Etuas, or deities.
excursion parties can only be received by special permission, and not later in the year than the first Monday in August.
1570s, "a deviation in argument," also "a military sally," from Latin excursionem (nominative excursio) "a running forth, sally, excursion, expedition," noun of action from past participle stem of excurrere "run out, run forth, hasten," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + currere "to run" (see current (adj.)). Sense of "journey" recorded in English by 1660s.