Expeditions [noun]

Definition of Expeditions:

journey; people on a journey

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Sentence/Example of Expeditions:

If you want to climb it, you usually start your expedition from Montemonaco.

To learn about the microbes living in sub-seafloor sediments, scientists must typically go on drilling expeditions to retrieve samples of them.

OceanSky Cruises—based, perhaps unsurprisingly, in Sweden—is currently taking reservations for expeditions to the North Pole in the 2023-2024 season.

These expeditions are commonly known as the Peasants’ Crusades.

Suffice it to say, the expedition, bolstered by complex preparation, was massive with over 35,000 soldiers from different nationalities.

After the battle of the Pyramids he fell sick, and before the Syrian expedition, applied to return to France.

Lawrence and Dan were told of the danger that threatened Fulton, and they determined to accompany Guitar in his expedition.

The wealth, which Ripperda deemed necessary for his expedition, was sewed into various parts of their muleteer garments.

The filibustering expedition set out in three small ships on the 28th of September.

But scarcely had the new ambassador arrived at his destination when he heard of Bonaparte's projected expedition to Egypt.