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wan·der·lust

 (wŏn′dər-lŭst′)
n.
A very strong or irresistible impulse to travel.

[German : wandern, to wander (from Middle High German) + Lust, desire (from Middle High German, from Old High German; see las- in Indo-European roots).]
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wanderlust

(ˈwɒndəˌlʌst)
n
a great desire to travel and rove about
[German, literally: wander desire]
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wan•der•lust

(ˈwɒn dərˌlʌst)

n.
a strong desire or impulse to travel about.
[1850–55; < German, =wander(n) to wander + Lust desire; see lust]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.wanderlust - very strong or irresistible impulse to travelwanderlust - very strong or irresistible impulse to travel
impulse, urge - an instinctive motive; "profound religious impulses"
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wanderlust

noun restlessness, itchy feet (informal), urge to travel, unsettledness His wanderlust would not allow him to stay long in one spot.
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Translations
شَهْوَة السَّفَر
rejselyst
mehetnék
útòrá, ferîaòrá
záľuba v cestovaní
seyehat/yolculuk tutkusu

wanderlust

[ˈwɒndəlʌst] Npasión f de viajar, ansia f de ver mundo
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wanderlust

[ˈwɒndərlʌst] nsoif f de voyages
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wanderlust

nFernweh nt
Collins German Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 7th Edition 2005. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1980 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1997, 1999, 2004, 2005, 2007

wanderlust

[ˈwɒndəˌlʌst] nsete f di viaggi
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

wander

(ˈwondə) verb
1. to go, move, walk etc (about, in or on) from place to place with no definite destination in mind. I'd like to spend a holiday wandering through France; The mother wandered the streets looking for her child.
2. to go astray or move away from the proper place or home. His mind wanders; My attention was wandering.
noun
an act of wandering. He's gone for a wander round the shops.
ˈwanderer noun
ˈwanderlust noun
the wish to travel. He's always travelling – his wanderlust will never be satisfied.
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References in classic literature ?
The old wanderlust had got into his blood, the joy of the unbound life, the joy of seeking, of hoping without limit.
And without a word, when his WANDERLUST gripped him, he was off and away into that great mysterious underworld he called "The Road."
Or, as the Germans more eloquently put it -- wanderlust.
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Uzbekistan was declared the winner in the nomination "Top emerging destination" according to the Wanderlust World Guide Awards, Trend reports via Uzbek media.
Clad in an abaya with a slight hint of a tan (which she 'wears as a trophy' following a trek), the founder of Wanderlust Oman talks with a feminine grace that adds an intriguing element to her personality.
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