a traveling from one place to another, usually taking a rather long time; trip: a six-day journey across the desert.
a distance, course, or area traveled or suitable for traveling: a desert journey.
a period of travel: a week's journey.
passage or progress from one stage to another: the journey to success.
to make a journey; travel.
- jour·ney·er, noun
- outjourney, verb (used with object), out·jour·neyed, out·jour·ney·ing.
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How to use journey in a sentence
The first thing that you notice when it comes to customers on social media is the shortened customer journey.How social media influence 71% consumer buying decisions | Aleh Barysevich | November 20, 2020 | Search Engine Watch
The other thing that we learned is just really bringing your users along the journey from the very beginning, can pay off a lot.How VF Corp made the single customer view a reality | Sponsored Content: BlueConic | November 5, 2020 | Search Engine Land
With three hours of sleep and a 15-hour journey behind me, I’m at the border on time.
It creates this experience where people trust them more, and want to help, and want to be part of their lives and part of their journey.7 life lessons on leadership during COVID and beyond | Sponsored Content: Integrate | October 26, 2020 | Search Engine Land
Uneven prints hint that the surface was slippery and that on one leg of the journey, the person at times shifted a heavy load.The longest trail of fossilized human footprints hints at a risky Ice Age trek | Aayushi Pratap | October 26, 2020 | Science News
The fourth wave, from 1892-1924—in which 14 million immigrants journeyed westward—was unprecedented.
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 | THE 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 | THE DAILY BEAST
While Steinbeck journeyed with his loyal French poodle, Buzzell has only a 1964 Mercury Comet Caliente as a companion.
Know ye that there is a maid journeyed hither, hight Robinson—whose—(in her natural voice) what's the old for aunt?First Plays | A. A. Milne
The ladies, the baby and the maid had a compartment of the sleeping car to themselves and journeyed comfortably enough.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume II (of 3) | Charles James Wills
There were tiaras by the score in these days, and the gowns had journeyed half-way round the world.Ancestors | Gertrude Atherton
He journeyed for three weeks in the Pygmy forest and had excellent opportunities for examining its inhabitants.Man And His Ancestor | Charles Morris
As Robert could not leave his work she journeyed alone, having as attendants four Bechwana men and a maid.Robert Moffat | David J. Deane
British Dictionary definitions for journey
a travelling from one place to another; trip or voyage
the distance travelled in a journey
the time taken to make a journey
(intr) to make a journey
- journeyer, noun
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