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Lexicographical Neighbors of

travailous
travails
travaux
trave
travel
travel-soiled
travel-stained
travel-worn
travel agencies
travel agency
travel agent
travel agents
travel allowance
travel along
travel and entertainment account
travel back and forth (current term)
travel bargain
travel by
travel document
travel expense
travel guidebook
travel iron
travel kit
travel plan
travel purposefully
travel rapidly
travel sickness
travel system
travel systems
travel time

Literary usage of

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1902)
"... and hence the end of the lower rocker-arm, would travel back and forth a distance equal to that between the points e and /, view (6), and the slide ..."

2. Prehistoric Settlement of the Pacific by Ward Hunt Goodenough (1996)
"... they and their descendants had been essentially stuck diere, able to travel back and forth only to nearby islands no more than 300 miles away. ..."

3. Final Report, June 2, 1916 by Edward Murray Bassett (1916)
"Car-sickness From a health standpoint, there is a very marked and particularly harmful effect in the daily travel back and forth on the subway. ..."

4. Final Report, June 2, 1916 by Edward Murray Bassett, New York (N.Y.). Board of Estimate (1916)
"Car-sickness From a health standpoint, there is a very marked and particularly harmful effect in the daily travel back and forth on the subway. ..."

5. Light Waves and Their Uses by Albert Abraham Michelson (1903)
"We can understand, then, that it would take light longer to travel back and forth in the direction of the motion of the earth. The difference in the times ..."

6. The Horseless Age (1899)
"In this way the crank pin and its block will be caused to travel back and forth in the slot a", thereby positioning the same nearer to or further away from ..."

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