sojourners thought it better to promote the video that way—"in an editorial context."
But President Obama's victory gave Wallis and his organization, sojourners, new influence.
Oliver Wolcott and Timothy Pickering were other sojourners under its roof.
What charming associations these guests and sojourners have left behind!
The land shall not be sold for ever: for the land is mine; for ye are strangers and sojourners with me.
Such should ever be the attitude of those who are but sojourners and pilgrims.
Although the mountain-tops have only a few resident birds, they have numerous summer bird builders and sojourners.
It is the condition of existence for the English sojourners in India.
One after the other the sojourners from the cities passed from grumbling at the weather to trunk-packing and leaving.
Here we are as pilgrims and sojourners, dwelling in a land not our own.
late 13c., "stay temporarily, reside for a time; visit;" also "reside permanently, dwell;" from Old French sojorner "stay or dwell for a time," from Vulgar Latin *subdiurnare "to spend the day" (source also of Italian soggiornare), from Latin sub- "under, until" (see sub-) + diurnare "to last long," from diurnus "of a day," from diurnum "day" (see diurnal). Modern French séjourner formed via vowel dissimilation. Related: Sojourned; sojourning.
mid-13c., "temporary stay, visit," from Anglo-French sojorn, variant of Old French sejorn, from sejorner "stay or dwell for a time" (see sojourn (v.)).