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[trav-uh ld] /ˈtræv əld/
having traveled, especially to distant places; experienced in travel.
used by travelers:
a heavily traveled road.
Also, especially British, travelled.
Origin of traveled
late Middle English
late Middle English word dating back to 1375-1425; See origin at travel, -ed2
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well-traveled, adjective Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Now this combined trail on northwest to the diggin's was a well-traveled trail indeed, deep with sand and dust.

    The Pike's Peak Rush Edwin L. Sabin
  • At the next corner, the Cub leader swung back onto the main, well-traveled street.

  • The well-traveled one led past a number of cabins, and ended near the kitchen door.

    The Shadow Mary White Ovington
  • You know well enough there are no bears and the road to Savoy is a well-traveled one.

    The Boy Scouts of Bob's Hill Charles Pierce Burton
  • It must be a well-traveled road, though it was still but a “trail” to her eyes.

    Dorothy on a Ranch Evelyn Raymond

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