wanderings


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wanderings

(ˈwɒndərɪŋz)
pl n
someone's wanderings are journeys that they make from place to place without staying in one place for a long time
Translations

wanderings

[ˈwɒndərɪŋz] NPL (= travels) → viajes mpl, andanzas fpl; [of mind, speech] → divagaciones fpl
let me know if you see one on your wanderingsavísame si encuentras uno por ahí

wanderings

[ˈwɒndərɪŋz] nplerrances fpl

wanderings

plStreifzüge pl, → Fahrten pl; (verbal) → wirres Gerede; it’s time he stopped his wanderings and settled downes wird Zeit, dass er mit dem Herumstromern aufhört und sesshaft wird
References in classic literature ?
So when Zarathustra thus ascended the mountain, he thought on the way of his many solitary wanderings from youth onwards, and how many mountains and ridges and summits he had already climbed.
This last mentioned place was first discovered by Colter, a hunter belonging to Lewis and Clarke's exploring party, who came upon it in the course of his lonely wanderings, and gave such an account of its gloomy terrors, its hidden fires, smoking pits, noxious streams, and the all-pervading "smell of brimstone," that it received, and has ever since retained among trappers, the name of "Colter's Hell!"
The old tourist is far away on his wanderings, now.
Of our wanderings in the great swamp I have no clear knowledge.
She would regularly change the ice, or the cooling spirit, on his head, and would keep her ear at the pillow betweenwhiles, listening for any faint words that fell from him in his wanderings. It was amazing through how many hours at a time she would remain beside him, in a crouching attitude, attentive to his slightest moan.
Never more were they to rest on their wanderings, from the day which witnessed their separation, to the day which witnessed their death.
She opened the door of the room and went into the corridor, and then she began her wanderings. It was a long corridor and it branched into other corridors and it led her up short flights of steps which mounted to others again.
It was the outcome of his wanderings in the Border country.
If not, I'm afraid I can offer him no better explanation; and in fact I am all impatience to open my knapsack, and inform myself of the name of her to the discovery of whom my wanderings are henceforth to be devoted.
The dark and fearful sea of the subtle Ulysses' wanderings, agitated by the wrath of Olympian gods, harbouring on its isles the fury of strange monsters and the wiles of strange women; the highway of heroes and sages, of warriors, pirates, and saints; the workaday sea of Carthaginian merchants and the pleasure lake of the Roman Caesars, claims the veneration of every seaman as the historical home of that spirit of open defiance against the great waters of the earth which is the very soul of his calling.
-Black Hills.- Rocky Mountains.- Wandering and Predatory Hordes.
or how deem thee wise, Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering To seek for treasure in the jewelled skies Albeit he soared with an undaunted wing?