He passed his professor in the hall
A black limousine passed by when she looked out the window
One line of soldiers surpassed the other
How To Use travel by In A Sentence
- The country's largest zoo and gardens, where human beings can roam on foot or travel by monorail and waterbus. Times, Sunday Times
- We seem to be turning full circle, to the time when few people had motorcars and it was fun to travel by train.
- I'd prefer to travel by air.
- They ran into weather problems and a lack of snow on the ground, Pettis says, which can seriously hamper travel by snow machine.
- I feel I am being discriminated against because I am a working mother who doesn't drive so has to travel by bus with a baby in a pushchair during the rush-hour.
- We can now travel by air.
- If the findings are accurate, our reluctance to travel by airplane is abating.
- Rail travel by spectators to more important distant away games was more certainly growing by the later 1880s, and even the nature of the excursionists was changing.
- We couldn't induce the old lady to travel by air.
- Messengers would travel by stagecoach armed with pistols and blunderbusses, ready to shoot to kill any bandits or highwaymen.