A long journey or search, especially one of exalted purpose or moral significance.(noun)
To go on a pilgrimage.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "pilgrimage" in a sentence
"Neither is the term pilgrimage characteristic of the journey, which has the sketchiness and levity of a flying tour rather than the observant gravity of a patient pilgrimage."
"This pilgrimage is to make reparation for the sins of our nation."
"(RNS) Chad Gibbs has been on a pigskin pilgrimage throughout the South, searching for spiritual truth in ..."