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Meanings of Travailous:

adjective

Characterized by or involving great effort, exertion, pain, or discomfort; laborious, exhausting; arduous, difficult.

Travails

ˈtræv.eɪlz

Meanings of Travails:

verb

Engage in painful or laborious effort.

Usage examples:

Creation may travail in pain but it cannot escape its destiny
noun

Painful or laborious effort.

Usage examples:

Advice for those who wish to save great sorrow and travail

Meanings of Travated:

adjective

Having or constructed with horizontal beams or similar long square pieces of stone or another material, especially as lintels or entablatures supported on vertical columns or posts (as opposed to using arches); specifically designating a flat ceiling supported on transverse beams, by which it is divided into bays.

Meanings of Trave:

noun

A quadrangular frame or enclosure of bars in which a horse is confined in order to limit its movement during shoeing, veterinary treatment, etc.; = trevis . now rare and only in historical contexts.

Meanings of Travel:

verb

Go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

The vessel had been travelling from libya to ireland
noun

The action of travelling.

Usage examples:

My job involves a lot of travel

Travel-sick

ˈtræv.əlˌsɪk

Meanings of Travel-sick:

adjective

Vomiting or feeling that you want to vomit because of the movement of a vehicle, aircraft, ship, etc. when you are travelling

Usage examples:

I was so travel-sick i had to ask them to stop the bus.

Meanings of Travel-sickness:

noun

A feeling of illness, especially of needing to vomit, that some people get in a moving vehicle

Traveled

ˈtrav(ə)ld

Meanings of Traveled:

verb

Go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

The vessel had been travelling from libya to ireland
adjective

Having travelled to many places.

Usage examples:

He was widely travelled
noun

The action of travelling.

Usage examples:

My job involves a lot of travel

Traveler

ˈtrav(ə)lə

Meanings of Traveler:

noun

A person who is travelling or who often travels.

Usage examples:

Thousands of air travellers were left stranded

Meanings of Traveleress:

noun

A female traveller.

Travelers

ˈtræv.əl.ər

Meanings of Travelers:

noun

A person who is travelling or who often travels.

Usage examples:

Thousands of air travellers were left stranded

Meanings of Traveling:

verb

Go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

The vessel had been travelling from libya to ireland
noun

Going or being transported from place to place.

Usage examples:

A travelling exhibition of dutch 17th-century masterpieces

Meanings of Travelings:

noun

The action or activity of going from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

One thing i've learned from travelling is that you have to respect other countries

Meanings of Travellable:

adjective

Of a road, region, etc.: able to be travelled.

Meanings of Travelled:

adjective

Having travelled to many places.

Usage examples:

He was widely travelled
verb

Go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

The vessel had been travelling from libya to ireland

Meanings of Traveller:

noun

A person who is travelling or who often travels.

Usage examples:

Thousands of air travellers were left stranded

Travellers

ˈtræv.əl.ər

Meanings of Travellers:

noun

A person who is travelling or who often travels.

Usage examples:

Thousands of air travellers were left stranded

Travelling

ˈtræv.əl.ɪŋ

Meanings of Travelling:

adjective

Going or being transported from place to place.

Usage examples:

A travelling exhibition of dutch 17th-century masterpieces
noun

The action or activity of going from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

One thing i've learned from travelling is that you have to respect other countries
verb

Go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

The vessel had been travelling from libya to ireland

Meanings of Travelling-salesman:

noun

Someone whose job is to travel to different places, trying to persuade people to buy their company's goods, taking orders, etc

Usage examples:

He made his money as a travelling salesman.

Travelog

ˈtræv.əl.ɒɡ

Meanings of Travelog:

noun

A film, book, or illustrated lecture about the places visited by or experiences of a traveller.

Usage examples:

Michael palin, former python, writer and tv presenter, veteran of several television travelogues wi…

Travelogs

ˈtræv.əl.ɒɡ

Meanings of Travelogs:

noun

A film, book, or illustrated lecture about the places visited by or experiences of a traveller.

Travelogue

ˈtræv.əl.ɒɡ

Meanings of Travelogue:

noun

A film, book, or illustrated lecture about the places visited by or experiences of a traveller.

Usage examples:

Michael palin, former python, writer and tv presenter, veteran of several television travelogues wi…

Meanings of Travelogues:

noun

A film, book, or illustrated lecture about the places visited by or experiences of a traveller.

Usage examples:

Michael palin, former python, writer and tv presenter, veteran of several television travelogues wi…

Meanings of Travels:

verb

Go from one place to another, typically over a distance of some length.

Usage examples:

The vessel had been travelling from libya to ireland
noun

The action of travelling.

Usage examples:

My job involves a lot of travel
phrase

Journeys

Usage examples:

Travels in/around a record of her travels in/around the far east, some of the photographs were take…

Meanings of Traverse:

verb

Travel across or through.

Usage examples:

He traversed the forest
noun

An act of traversing something.

Usage examples:

High-level walks in the dolomites often involve steep, exposed climbs, traverses, and descents

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