[ UK /dʒˈɜːnɪɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɝniɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈdʒɝniɪŋ/ ]
- the act of traveling from one place to another
How To Use journeying In A Sentence
- We emphasize the seeming slowness of wisdom as acquired by intellect in its finite journeying through finite existences.
- It is 1957, and Lewis Aldridge, straight out of prison, is journeying back to his home in Waterford, a suburban town outside London. The Outcast: Summary and book reviews of The Outcast by Sadie Jones.
- Since then we have been journeying the world, sometimes in triumph, often in tribulation, but ever seeking to return to that ancient and pure beginning.
- After a year of journeying throughout the galaxy, Quinlan had made scores of enemies.
- Know, Negore, if journey be added unto journey of all thy journeyings through this land, thou wouldst not come to the unknown NEGORE, THE COWARD
- In all my journeyings in Yün-nan I was increasingly impressed with the value of the missionary, that man who of all men in the Far East is the most subject to malicious criticism, and generally, be it said, from those persons who know little or nothing about his work. Across China on Foot
- Best known as the home of the cult of the Emesene sun god Elagabal, Emesa drew pilgrims journeying to worship a cult object in the form of a large conical black stone. Caesars’ Wives
- Journeying through Spain with Evelyn, he wrote regular dispatches for the Monitor, and a travel book, Marching Spain.
- It must have been heart-breaking for them leaving homes and families and journeying to this strange land.
- It was while staying at Bombay as Mr. Lumsden's guest that Burton, already cloyed with civilization, conceived the idea of journeying, via Zeila in Somaliland, to the forbidden and therefore almost unknown city of Harar, and thence to Zanzibar. The Life of Sir Richard Burton