[ UK /wˈeɪfeəɹɐ/ ]
- a traveler going on a trip
- a pedestrian who walks from place to place
How To Use wayfarer In A Sentence
- Alas, the joint was shut, and there would be no refreshment for the parched 21st-century wayfarer.
- I like you so much --" He outstretches his arm towards the motionless, beloved wayfarer. Under Fire: the story of a squad
- New wayfarers looking at these travel brochures are eco-tourists and spring-break students.
- The villa and its grounds had attracted no other wayfarers; the ruined stables would be comfortable enough.
- In July, local police had to save wayfarers four times.
- For instance, in recommending a certain kind of quickset fence, he insists upon it as one of its advantages -- that it will not readily ignite under the torch of the mischievous wayfarer: "Naturale sepimentum," says he, "quod obseri solet virgultis aut spinis, _praetereuntis lascivi non metuet facem_. The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 20, No. 572, October 20, 1832
- On Jebel Barkal's pinnacle—partially covered in gold leaf to bedazzle wayfarers—the black pharaoh ordered his name inscribed.
- The footsore pilgrim of old, the wayfarer half frozen from the storm, the tongue-tied lover dropping nervously by, might or might not be glad to hear it.
- The biblical hero of hospitality, Abraham, had a tent that was open to all four directions, welcoming wayfarers from all sides, of all sorts, at all times.
- It could be by helping someone needy, whether it is a relative, a neighbour, a wayfarer, an orphan, a lady waiting to get married, or a student.