Noun(1) someone who journeys in foreign lands(2) one of the colonists from England who sailed to America on the Mayflower and founded the colony of Plymouth in New England in 1620(3) someone who journeys to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion
(1) The authors imagine a female pilgrim visiting the sacred sites of the city.(2) I think I have to pilgrim to Urbanville, but not til the semester's over.(3) The cobbled streets aged from the many feet that pilgrim to the popular spot.(4) Islamists revere the hajj, the religious pilgrim who relinquishes his earthly possessions in order to fulfill the commands of God.(5) No need was felt to perform religious rites for the dead pilgrims and devotees.(6) Although he found little success in making souvenirs and trinkets for religious pilgrims ; one item in his line did bring some profit and spurred the printing idea.(7) Wherever there was room on the banks of this sacred Pamba river, pilgrims were busy doing something.(8) The hajj links pilgrims with Muslims around the world symbolically, ritually, and politically.(9) On Sunday night I pilgrimed to Dundas to see Pernell Goodyear and the Freeway with Darryl and Charlene Dash.(10) One section of the media gave too much spate to the proposed visits of some of the Hollywood stars, as if their coming was more important than the coming of millions of devout Hindu pilgrims .(11) Massachusetts, where the pilgrims and puritans landed, has just ruled that gay people can marry.(12) The Bronsville turkey was a wild kind that those pilgrims , who sailed on the famous Mayflower, took a taste to.(13) Last week, the Cabinet unilaterally relaxed curbs on the travel of businesspeople and religious pilgrims between Kinmen and Matsu and cities in Fujian Province.(14) The Mayflower pilgrims were sent back to sea from the coast of Massachusetts, because the immigration quotas were full.(15) As it is so inaccessible, Bardsey plays host to the serious-minded: religious pilgrims and committed birdwatchers, and the occasional passing artist.(16) Nonetheless, pilgrims of whatever religious belief often find the hike to be one of the most spiritually meaningful events of their lives.
(1) pilgrim :: pererinion
2. devotee ::
4. traveler ::
6. wayfarer ::
7. palmer ::
Different Formspilgrim, pilgrimage, pilgrimages, pilgrims
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