Journey ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Journey ( noun )

  1. An act of traveling from one place to another.
  2. A long and often difficult process of personal change and development.


Middle english: from old french jornee, feminine past participle (used as a noun) of jornier "to spend the day", from latin diurnus "daily", from dies "day".


  1. The journey to the top of the mountain was long and arduous.
  2. He took a journey around the world.
  3. The journey through life can be challenging at times.
  4. She embarked on a journey of self-discovery.
  5. The journey to success is not always easy.

(As a verb)

Journey ( verb )

  1. To travel from one place to another.
  2. To go on a journey.


Middle english (in the sense "travel, go on a journey"): from old french jornier, from latin diurnare "spend the day", from dies "day".


  1. They journeyed across the desert.
  2. We journeyed to the top of the mountain.
  3. She journeyed to find herself.
  4. He journeyed through life looking for answers.
  5. We will journey to the stars one day.
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