Two years into an Arctic expedition, they were forced to abandon ship a thousand miles north of Siberia.
In July, the pair was caught while on an expedition at The Maryland Historical Society.
The young prince was at the central London square for the media launch of the expedition.
It's like they were actually on the expedition, except I didn't actually make the crew sing a song about me.
Companies across the country donated supplies and equipment to assist him with his expedition.
The expedition was bound up into the mountains,—so it was said.
If the expedition fails to get a good catch, the fault is laid to the men.
This expedition fatally sapped the strength of the Athenian empire.
The expedition had been poorly outfitted and undermanned from the beginning.
The expedition was under the command of Eurymedon and Sophocles.
early 15c., "military campaign; the act of rapidly setting forth," from Middle French expédition (13c.) and directly from Latin expeditionem (nominative expeditio), noun of action from past participle stem of expedire (see expedite). Meaning "journey for some purpose" is from 1590s. Sense by 1690s also included the body of persons on such a journey. Related: Expeditionary.