Journey

Pronunciation of Journey
/d͡ʒˈɜːnɪ/, /d‍ʒˈɜːnɪ/, /dʒ_ˈɜː_n_ɪ/

Antonyms for journey:

wait, stay.

Synonyms for journey:

Sense 1

progress, emigration, passage, exodus, movement.

Sense 2

peregrinate, route, proceed, lift, sail, wend, hop.

Sense 4

fare.

Sense 5

remove, pass.

Sense 10

DO.

change

wend.

drive

ride.

emigration

migration.

flight

hegira.

investigation

exploration.

tour

make a trip.

troop

caravan.

voyage

cruise.

Other synonyms and related words:

locomote, transit, route, peregrinate, exploration, go, ride, cruise, move, make a trip, remove, pilgrimage, hegira, journeying, wend, emigration, migration, proceed, sail, caravan, pass, lift, globe-trot, progress, hop, DO, exodus, movement, fare, move around, passage.

Sense 2 (noun)

peregrinate, pass.

Sense 3 (noun)

wend, fare, remove, proceed.

act (noun)

journeying.

excursion (noun)

outing, ramble, junket, jaunt, course, passage, promenade, progress, hike, caravan, travel, exploration, transit, march, stroll, drive, sojourn, route, safari, trek, migration, voyage, pilgrimage, tour, expedition, trip.

expedition (noun)

safari, excursion, outing, expedition, junket.

hunting expedition (noun)

safari.

journey (noun)

travel, journeying.

leaving (noun)

exodus.

transit (noun)

cruise, exploration, migration, passage, caravan, ride, route, sail, hegira.

travel (noun)

passage.

motion (verb)

travel.

travel (verb)

pass, rove, go, peregrinate, drift, fare, roam, wander, cruise, wend, proceed, voyage, hop.

wander (verb)

tour, drive, sojourn, wander, march, roam, ramble, trek, travel, stroll, amble, course, trip, promenade, jaunt, walk, cycle, rove, hike.

Usage examples for journey:

  • So home, where W. Joyce full of talk and pleased with his journey, and after supper I to bed and left my father, mother, and him laughing. - "Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright", Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke.
  • The boys were up early in the morning, but didn't have the least idea what steps to take to continue their journey. - "The Boy Volunteers with the French Airmen", Kenneth Ward.
  • Meudon brought him half- way to Paris, and saved him a journey. - "The Memoirs of Louis XIV., His Court and The Regency, Complete", Duc de Saint-Simon.

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