- to make a pilgrimage.
Origin of pilgrimage
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3. excursion, tour. See trip1.
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Examples from the Web for pilgrimage
Mrs. Kouachi works at a nursery and has worn the veil since she made the pilgrimage to Mecca in 2008.France Mourns—and Hunts
Nico Hines, Christopher Dickey
January 8, 2015
So the trip to The Macallan estate was sort of a pilgrimage.A Whisky Connoisseur Remembers That First Sip of The Macallan
December 10, 2014
For her next project, the idea of a “pilgrimage” plays another role.
RELATED: Annie Leibovitz's 'Pilgrimage' (Photos) The subjects for Pilgrimage, on the other hand, are intimate objects.
“Pilgrimage roads were important in connecting a multicultural religious community,” Chan said.When Saudi Arabia Ruled the World
October 31, 2014
Moreover, all the fourteen trains of the pilgrimage were timed to leave that day.
And did Bernadette ever extend the pilgrimage of her dreams as far as Bartres?
And thus Rome was become the place of pilgrimage for all the West.The Formation of Christendom, Volume VI
Thomas W. (Thomas William) Allies
Our pilgrimage was, apparently, ended—it had become an indefinite stay.Kent Knowles: Quahaug
Joseph C. Lincoln
What sunny memories were woven in that pilgrimage for the strollers!The Strollers
Frederic S. Isham
- a journey to a shrine or other sacred place
- a journey or long search made for exalted or sentimental reasons
- (intr) to make a pilgrimage
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Word Origin and History for pilgrimage
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