Synonyms for wayfaring
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : wey-fair-ing|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈweɪˌfɛər ɪŋ|
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Définition of wayfaringOrigin :
- Old English wegfarende; see way + fare (v.).
- adj traveling
- Oh that I had in the wilderness a lodging-place of wayfaring men!
- Extract from : « Familiar Quotations » by John Bartlett
- A wayfaring man means one who is on the way, one who lives on the way.
- Extract from : « Sanctification » by J. W. Byers
- So clear-cut is it that any wayfaring man, though a fool, cannot mistake it.
- Extract from : « The Higher Powers of Mind and Spirit » by Ralph Waldo Trine
- Hast thou peace and provender for a wayfaring knight and horse?
- Extract from : « The Red Tavern » by Charles Raymond Macauley
- A favourite halting-place is this for wayfaring folk of all sorts.
- Extract from : « The Gypsy's Parson » by George Hall
- There was perpetual novelty and freshness in this mode of wayfaring.
- Extract from : « Pittsburgh in 1816 » by Various
- Some man that wayfaring was stood by housedoor at night's oncoming.
- Extract from : « Ulysses » by James Joyce
- Alison, go your ways, and sing to me the ballad of the wayfaring man.
- Extract from : « Merkland » by Mrs. Oliphant
- Every thing concerning our practice is plain even to wayfaring men.
- Extract from : « Tracts on the Sabbath » by Various
- The law of hospitality opened all doors to the wayfaring freeman.
- Extract from : « Women of England, Volume 9 (of 10) » by Burleigh James Bartlett
Antonyms for wayfaring
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