noun, plural sa·fa·ris.
verb (used without object), sa·fa·ried, sa·fa·ri·ing.
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She was fascinated by his stories about the safari he just took in South Africa.Date Lab update: Their boots matched, at least! Here’s what happened next.|Damona Hoffman|November 12, 2020|Washington Post
One of the earliest ticker-tape parades was for Teddy Roosevelt when he returned from an African safari in 1910.It’s Time for Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans to Get a Parade of Their Own|Michael Daly|November 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
But he fell out of favour when it was revealed he had been on a big-game hunting safari.King Felipe and Queen Letizia Kiss As They Formally Take Power In Spain|Tom Sykes|June 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A mere 800 travelers are allowed to visit the northern area of the park each year through safari tours, and prices are steep.
Would William support a hunting safari in Africa, whose supporters often make the very same arguments?The Real Problem With Prince William’s Dog Scandal|Tom Sykes|September 20, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Earlier this month the two truly got away from it all when they went on an African safari with Eugenie and her boyfriend.
You start on safari to the railway as soon as possible, or sooner.Cupid in Africa|P. C. Wren
They set out on a leisurely return to the little safari, accompanied for a few miles by the soldierly Zulus.
A little after noon as they neared the safari they came upon a village which was in great excitement.
The next morning the safari filed out from the camp, the Masai greeting the inspanning with huge delight.
"Safari" is itself a Swahili word of Arabic origin, meaning an expedition and all that pertains to it.My African Journey|Winston Churchill