a journey via automobile, sometimes unplanned or impromptu; a journey involving sporting game(s) away from home
The only road trip where you may happen to lose brain cells while watching.
It would fit in the canon of raunchy teen comedies alongside American Pie and road trip.
Free-floating, un-fulfillable desire: This is what propels Sylvia and Henry on their road trip.
If they could barely manage a road trip, how could they pull off this home-invasion-by-appointment, or whatever this was?
“I bought a truck from a Polish guy for $1,000 cash in Brooklyn, and I just set off on a five-month road trip,” she says.
And of course, the road trip is also a way for the group to rally support for the candidates it's backing, all Democrats thus far.
This is sort of a materialistic tradition, but every year for Sundance, my friends and I road trip out here.
How about this New York Times report: “road trip Helps Romney Brush Up on Banter.”
And in 2009, when he was asked if his summer road trip would include his wife, he started to stutter.
Not so bad for a road trip, nine out of fifteen, said Larry Barrett, as he was talking it over with Joe.