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so·journ (sō′jûrn′, sō-jûrn′)
To reside temporarily: "His family had sojourned in New Jersey for one year only, and had then gone back to Michigan" (Jane Smiley).
A temporary stay; a brief period of residence.
[Middle English sojournen
, from Old French sojorner
, from Vulgar Latin *subdiurnāre
: Latin sub-
+ Late Latin diurnum
(from Latin, daily ration
, from neuter of diurnus
, from diēs
; see dyeu-
in Indo-European roots
References in classic literature
Two men were promenading up and down the wharves, among the crowd of natives and strangers who were sojourning
at this once straggling village-- now, thanks to the enterprise of M.
It diminishes the perception of sojourning
as simply a vacation and discusses adjustments clients often have to make upon returning home.
 studied the network lifetime maximization problem for time-sensitive data gathering using a mobile sink with several constraints, such as the total travel distance and maximum distance between the sink's two sojourning