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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

Someone who moves from place to place.

Usage examples (35)
  • The wayfarer went from town to town singing about the tales of former times.
  • The lines are exactly the same, except that 'wayfarer' is panthagū instead of addhagū.
  • The Old English word 'fara' was also used for travelling or journeying, from which we get words like 'wayfarer' - which doesn't have connotations of being particularly easy!
  • But the grace of the "wayfarer," being short of that of the "comprehensor," is in less measure than that of the comprehensor. for more
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