What is the word for 'a long slow and difficult journey'?
The word journey is a noun (journey, journeys); a word for travelling from one place to another; a trip or a voyage. The word journey is a verb (journey, journeys, journeying, journeyed); to go on a journey. Example sentences: It is a long journey from England to Australia. We will journey by car through the mountains. Years ago, I took a journey to Italy and got tired of eating spicy meatballs.
The word 'journey' is both a noun and a verb; for example: The Pilgrims made their journey to the New World in 1620. (noun)A man who can afford to journey far can learn many things. (verb) More examples: Don't forget to take a map on your journey. With an RV, you can journey all over the country. I had a a long journey, so I was tired when I got home. In a dream, a…
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Yes, the noun 'journeys' is a common noun, the plural form of the singular noun 'journey'; a general word for an instance of traveling from one place to another; a general word for a distance to be traveled or the time required for a trip; a general word fora long, sometimes difficult process of personal change and development; a word for any journeys of any kind.
Yes, the word 'journey' is both a noun and a verb. The noun 'journey' is a word for travel from one place to another; a word for the distance to be traveled or the time required for a trip; a word for a; a word for a thing. The verb to 'journey' means to travel to a place. Examples: A journey of a thousand miles begins with just one step. (noun) A man who can…