a person who travels regularly or frequently to countries all over the world.
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How to use globetrotter in a sentence
And, like most regular globetrotters, I have a tried and true list of travel accessories I carry with me on any trip.
Call him a hero, call him a traitor—at the moment, NSA leaker Edward Snowden is nothing more than a bona fide globetrotter.Edward Snowden Is Livin’ the Dream at Sheremetyevo International Airport | Abby Haglage | June 25, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
From The globetrotter Diaries by Michael Clinton, copyright 2013, published by Glitterati Inc.
Possibly perceiving an expression of dubiosity on their faces the globetrotter went on, adhering to his adventures.Ulysses | James Joyce
He had to go to Simla to look after a globetrotter relative of his—a person with a title.Soldiers Three | Rudyard Kipling
But the new ideas grew; every globetrotter became a Nationalist and an Imperialist, and shed his party skin.Lessons of the War | Spenser Wilkinson
But being what I am, there is no real zest in merely moving about aimlessly like any other globetrotter.Katharine Frensham | Beatrice Harraden
One bore all the distinguishing marks of the army officer of high rank, but the other was unmistakably a globetrotter.The Wings of the Morning | Louis Tracy
British Dictionary definitions for globetrotter
a habitual worldwide traveller, esp a tourist or businessman
- globetrotting, noun, adjective
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