[ US /ˈtɹævəɫd/ ]
familiar with many parts of the world
a traveled, educated man
- traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term
How To Use traveled In A Sentence
- This construction of a new world order comes from a naïive and untraveled President, emboldened in his ignorance by advisors who have been plotting an aggressive Pax Americana ever since the Soviet bloc's collapse.
- At the two-minute mark of the eleventh round, De La Hoya delivered a left uppercut that traveled less than 6 inches.
- General Alfred Terry traveled due west from Fort Abraham Lincoln in Dakota Territory with a force that included Custer and his Seventh Cavalry troopers.
- And so they traveled north with the current and favorable winds of the season.
- I've traveled by modem vehicle from south Texas to the Kansas cow town of Dodge City.
- We traveled daily by the new 727 jet aircraft criss-crossing a country the size of the U.S.
- 10 Teams traveled solely by train - for instance in sleepers overnight from New York to Chicago.
- That's because she has traveled many of the nation's lakes, rivers and inlets behind the helm of her 34-foot Silverton, Buy the Hour.
- And when I became more heavily involved in musical groups, I often traveled for outstate performances or festivals. 2008 May « Becca’s Byline
- a traveled, educated man