[ UK /tɹˈævɪlˌɒɡ/ ]
[ US /ˈtɹævəˌɫɔɡ/ ]
  1. a film or illustrated lecture on traveling
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How To Use travelogue In A Sentence

  • Instead it is part culinary adventure, part travelogue, part gonzo journalism and part social politics, and it is a hilarious page-turner to boot.
  • His comic travelogues from around the globe start on Thursday 15 May on BBC Radio 4 at 11.00 pm.
  • Miller was especially wounded by Mailer's scathing verdict on his uncharacteristically whimsical travelogue The Colossus Of Maroussi.
  • In many ways, this is the ultimate in on-location filming, and it functions almost as effectively as a travelogue as a drama.
  • Before September 30, the teams must post an 800-word travelogue and a three- to five-minute film on the web site. Blogger-writer travel team wanted for Taiwan Award: NT 1 million!
  • On Christmas Eve, he wrote the first letter addressed explicitly to the Muscatine Journal, indulging a bit of tabloid journalism a fire fatality’s “feet were burned off, his face burnt to a crisp, and his head crushed in”.22 He mixed patriotic travelogue and grumpy preservationism. Mark Twain
  • British travelogues for Italy and Germany from the 1930s depict jolly fascists sharing a nice Marsala with the writers in an osteria. Archive 2008-05-01
  • Throughout the Toronto filmmaker's body of work over the last decade - which ranges from experimental shorts to travelogues - they continually recur as both a visual motif and a subject.
  • Giant mosquitoes notwithstanding, on one level the film serves as a travelogue of the north.
  • He has authored eight books, including a travelogue.
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