Definition of "wayfarer" []

  • One who travels, especially on foot. (noun)
  • A person who goes on a journey (noun)

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Use "wayfarer" in a sentence
  • "The lines are exactly the same, except that 'wayfarer' is panthagū instead of addhagū."
  • "The Old English word 'fara' was also used for travelling or journeying, from which we get words like 'wayfarer' - which doesn't have connotations of being particularly easy!"
  • "_I answer that, _ A man is called a wayfarer from tending to beatitude, and a comprehensor from having already obtained beatitude, according to 1 Cor."