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trav·eled

or trav·elled  (trăv′əld)
adj.
1. Having made journeys; experienced in travel.
2. Frequented by travelers: a heavily traveled road.

trav•eled

(ˈtræv əld)

adj.
1. experienced in travel.
2. much used by travelers.
Also, esp. Brit.,trav′elled.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.traveled - traveled over or throughtraveled - traveled over or through; sometimes used as a combining term
untraveled, untravelled - not traveled over or through; "untraveled roads"
2.traveled - familiar with many parts of the worldtraveled - familiar with many parts of the world; "a traveled, educated man"; "well-traveled people"
cosmopolitan - composed of people from or at home in many parts of the world; especially not provincial in attitudes or interests; "his cosmopolitan benevolence impartially extended to all races and to all creeds"- T.B. Macaulay; "the ancient and cosmopolitan societies of Syria and Egypt"; "that queer, cosmopolitan, rather sinister crowd found around the Marseilles docks"
References in classic literature ?
He traveled about for more than twenty years, but at last, although in the course of them he had drunk of the well of everlasting youth, he became so crippled with gout that he could travel no longer.
It traveled at a speed of one hundred and sixty miles in the hour.
In the last years of my father's life I had traveled with him in Italy, and I had seen in the Museum at Naples the wonderful relics of a bygone time discovered among the ruins of Pompeii.
Seventy or eighty years ago Napoleon was the only man in Europe who could really be called a traveler; he was the only man who had devoted his attention to it and taken a powerful interest in it; he was the only man who had traveled extensively; but now everybody goes everywhere; and Switzerland, and many other regions which were unvisited and unknown remotenesses a hundred years ago, are in our days a buzzing hive of restless strangers every summer.