[ US /ˈtɹævəɫd/ ]
[ UK /tɹˈævə‍ld/ ]
  1. familiar with many parts of the world
    well-traveled people
    a traveled, educated man
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How To Use travelled In A Sentence

  • He travelled widely in pursuit of his ornithological passion, making many new discoveries. SPIX'S MACAW: THE RACE TO SAVE THE WORLD'S RAREST BIRD
  • Despite having all the appropriate authorisations in their possession, they were unable to produce the program for which they had travelled to the country.
  • For the past decade they have travelled the world, haranguing its leaders about the effects of globalisation, campaigning for ‘fair trade’ and chanting about the dangers of climate change.
  • Through his teens and beyond he was an athlete and travelled the world competing and training on the circuit.
  • In the seven games that they won the young squad travelled thousands of kilometres, lording it over 191 other contesting schools.
  • My parents are missionaries and have travelled the world since before I was born.
  • We, being my partner Brett and I, set forth to the agreed hotspot, taking a 25 minute journey along a bumpy and seldom travelled track known only to a select few.
  • He travelled each morning with bread supplies for Port-laoise but in the afternoons he travelled on the country byroads bringing Brad-bury's breads and confectioneries to rural shops.
  • Dr Ryan travelled the world gathering material for his book.
  • Carpathia that he has often grumbled to the officers for what he called absurd precautions in lying to and wasting his time, which he regarded as very valuable; but after hearing of the Titanic's loss he recognized that he was to some extent responsible for the speed at which she had travelled, and would never be so again. The Loss of the S. S. Titanic Its Story and Its Lessons
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