[ per-i-gruh-ney-shuhn ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
Early 12th century; Latin from Latin peregrinationem (nominative peregrinatio) "a journey, a sojourn abroad," noun of action from past-participle stem of peregrinari "to journey or travel abroad," figuratively "to roam about, wander"
  • expedition
  • hiking
  • jaunt
  • journey
  • roving
  • travels
  • trip
  • roaming
  • unavailable
a course of travel; journey
A) Teddy accompanied Aggie and Renata on all of their random peregrinations. B) Lorelai went on a peregrination through the Pacific Crest Trail.
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