Definition of Globetrotter

1. Noun. Someone who travels widely and often.

Exact synonyms: World Traveler
Generic synonyms: Cosmopolitan, Cosmopolite



Definition of Globetrotter

1. Noun. A person who travels often to faraway places. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Globetrotter

globe trotters
globed
globefish
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globeflower
globeflowers
globelike
globemaker
globemakers
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globes
globesity
globetrot
globetrots
globetrotted
globetrotter (current term)
globetrotters
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globiferous
globigerina
globin
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globing
globins
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globoid
globoid cell

Literary usage of Globetrotter

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1. Inns and Bed & Breakfasts in Quebec 2004 by Ulysses Travel Guides Staff, Ulysses Travel Guides, Fdration Des Agricotours (2004)
"... globetrotter.net single double $55-65 $60-70 MAP $74-84 $97-107 Reduced rates: 10% off 3 nights and more, special rates for 6 nights and more Open year ..."

2. Japan: A Record in Colour by Mortimer Menpes, Dorothy Menpes (1905)
"There is no accident in the beautiful curves of the trees that the globetrotter so justly admires : these trees have been trained and shaped and forced to ..."

3. From Sea to Sea: Letters of Travel by Rudyard Kipling (1900)
"I did not pray—I swore at myself for being a globetrotter, and wished that I had enough Burmese to explain to these ladies that I was sorry and would have ..."

4. A Voice from China by Griffith John (1907)
"For," said the globetrotter, " in the room where I slept there were a number of bottles of ... So much for the globetrotter and his tales. Cheap Mission». ..."

5. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1904)
"... ignorant of the language, tramped the length of Spain, from Gibraltar north, mixing with the natives and roughing it in true "globetrotter" fashion. ..."

6. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1909)
"... 8vo ; ' Wanderings of a globetrotter in the Far East,' 1889,8vo ; and 'The Maid of Honour : a Tale of the Dark Days of [Authorities quoted ..."

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