Definition of Pilgrimaging
1. pilgrimage [v] - See also: pilgrimage
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pilgrimaging
Literary usage of Pilgrimaging
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Repressor of Over Much Blaming of the Clergy by Reginald Pecock (1860)
"... and the seid pilgrimaging weren ... neither the seid pilgrimaging; but thei ben had withoute forth bi ..."
2. Frauds of Papal Ecclesiastics by Gabriel d'. Emiliane, Gilbert Burnet, Antonio Gavin (1835)
"They were all of them most sumptuously attired, and with an air of wantonness and gayety, that very ill became persons who went a pilgrimaging out of ..."
3. Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c. by Samuel Carter Hall (1841)
"At this time, among the penitents who go pilgrimaging to the well, the bustle is immense around the neighbourhood for many miles, people coming from ..."
4. 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 (1922)
"So far, the east has been the scene of the pilgrimaging, the Caravan of the Bookshop for Boys and Girls in Boston having covered New England, ..."
5. Poetry by Modern Poetry Association (1914)
"... Interlace your tangled webs tightly over my heart And do not let me go: For I would lie here for ever and watch with one eye The pilgrimaging ants in ..."
6. The Mediaeval Mind: A History of the Development of Thought and Emotion in by Henry Osborn Taylor (1919)
"It happened that the abbot of a monastery situated not far from Chalons-sur-Marne in France came pilgrimaging that way, and the duke took counsel of him. ..."