noun, plural jour·neys.
verb (used without object), jour·neyed, jour·ney·ing.
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Origin of journey
synonym study for journey
OTHER WORDS FROM journeyjour·ney·er, nounoutjourney, verb (used with object), out·jour·neyed, out·jour·ney·ing.
Example sentences from the Web for journey
When Odysseus journeyed back from Troy, his men tied him to the mast of his ship when the Sirens tempted him to leave it.War Nostalgia Is Leading Veterans to Places Like Syria. One Went Missing There.|Elliot Ackerman|May 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
As we journeyed east we acquired a full sense of just how big a distance there is from sea to shining sea.
Still in search of higher truths, Jobs quit Atari after a brief stay, journeyed to India and shaved his head.From the Archives: Steve Jobs on the Birth of the Mac|Tom Zito|October 6, 2011|DAILY BEAST
While Steinbeck journeyed with his loyal French poodle, Buzzell has only a 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente as a companion.
"The boy was from God, so God can take him," 40-year-old Kula told me when I journeyed to Dareta recently.
With newly awakened courage I now journeyed onward, and got over the rest of the road in the most cheerful disposition of mind.Louis Spohr's Autobiography|Louis Spohr
They journeyed home in a constant turmoil of unrelieved wretchedness; they were not, they had never been, royal Plantagenots.Blood Royal|Grant Allen
They journeyed through the four bedrooms with no different result.The Dragon's Secret|Augusta Huiell Seaman
"I thought we'd journeyed through the comet's tail once," broke in the junior clerk affably.Darkwater|W. E. B. Du Bois
Since then she had journeyed short distances up and down the coast, learning her own fussy ways and teaching them to her makers.West Of The Sun|Edgar Pangborn
British Dictionary definitions for journey
- the distance travelled in a journey
- the time taken to make a journey