(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
n. trip, tour; voyage, cruise, crossing; expedition; tramp, hike; pilgrimage, hadj; caravan; trek. —v. travel; voyage, sail, cross; tour, roam, range, venture, explore; ride, drive, motor. See motion.
(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. transit, passage, trip, tour, excursion, wayfaring, jaunt, pilgrimage, saunter, voyage, junket, package tour, crossing, expedition, odyssey, range, patrol, beat, sally, venture, adventure, itinerary, course, route, circuit, Grand Tour, peregrination, ramble, wandering, Wanderjahr (German), traverse, traversal, visit, sojourn, traveling, travels, campaign, trek, hegira, migration, caravan, transmigration, roaming, quest, safari, exploration, vagabondage, vagrancy, round, stroll, run, tramp, hike, pRomenade, constitutional, turn, airing, outing, drive, march, picnic, jog, prowl, look, survey, setting forth, crusade, perambulation, cruise, flight, sail, navigation, circumnavigation of the globe, nonstop flight, mission, ride; see also travel 1 , walk 3 .
See Synonym Study at trip . v.
Syn. travel, tour, jaunt, take a trip; see travel 2 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
trip, wayfaring, tour, excursion, travel, expedition, odyssey, voyage, drive, journey, peregrination, trek, cruise, safari, adventure, junket, hike.
travel, take a trip, tour, voyage, drive, cruise, trek, roam, globe-trot, ramble, range, wander.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) verb 1. To make or go on a journey: pass, peregrinate, travel, trek, trip. Idiom: hit the road. See MOVE. 2. To move along a particular course: fare, go, pass, proceed, push on, remove, travel, wend. Idiom: make one's way. See MOVE.

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