Similar words: traveler, unravel, travesty, compelled, machiavellian, depraved, so-called, appalled. Meaning: ['trævl] adj. familiar with many parts of the world.
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1. We travelled day and night without stopping.
2. My sister was the one who travelled farthest.
3. We travelled further inland the next day.
4. From Germany they travelled by train to Poland.
5. They travelled across the snow in a sleigh.
6. We travelled by land until we reached the sea.
7. The prisoner travelled under police escort.
8. She travelled the world in pursuit of her dreams.
9. We travelled to California for the wedding.
10. We travelled across America coast to coast.
11. In American spelling "travelled" only has one "l".
12. People have travelled through space to the moon.
13. The surge travelled southwards along the coast.
14. They travelled to faraway lands/places.
15. We've travelled from one end of Britain to the other.
16. It was once thought that the sun travelled around the earth.
17. She travelled 14,000 miles by sledge across Siberia to Kamchatka.
18. He travelled the length of the Nile in a canoe.
19. She travelled the globe in search of good writers of children's stories.
20. He travelled around West Africa trying to muster support for his movement.
21. He has travelled extensively in China, recording every facet of life.
22. She joined a dance troupe and travelled all over Europe.
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23. We travelled the whole distance between the two extremities of the island.
24. My mind travelled back to a hot sultry day in the little town.
25. We travelled all over the country.
26. They travelled the highways and byways of Britain.
27. We travelled through France and into Germany.
28. We travelled at night and rested by day.
29. We travelled north for two days.
30. She travelled across Siberia on the Trans-Siberian railway.
More similar words: traveler, unravel, travesty, compelled, machiavellian, depraved, so-called, appalled, skilled, chilled, thrilled, all levels, seller, gazelle, excellent, general ledger, intellectual, intellectually, craving, gravity, depravity, aggravate, pledge, ledger, gabled, novel, level, bottled, baffled, muffled.