(As a noun)
Journey ( noun )
- An act of traveling from one place to another.
- 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".
- The journey to the top of the mountain was long and arduous.
- He took a journey around the world.
- The journey through life can be challenging at times.
- She embarked on a journey of self-discovery.
- The journey to success is not always easy.
(As a verb)
Journey ( verb )
- To travel from one place to another.
- 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".
- They journeyed across the desert.
- We journeyed to the top of the mountain.
- She journeyed to find herself.
- He journeyed through life looking for answers.
- We will journey to the stars one day.
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