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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishperegrinationper‧e‧gri‧na‧tion /ˌperəɡrəˈneɪʃən/ noun [countable] literary  TRAVELa long journey His peregrinations took him to India.
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peregrinationIf they break off their constant peregrinations, their voice seizes up and they lose their memory.His peregrinations took him to India and China.His peregrinations of the islands at election time were always diverting public entertainments.His peregrinations round the countryside continued, often accompanied by disturbance.The pages that follow chart my peregrinations through the engrossing world of pentecostalism.She would interrupt her nocturnal peregrinations to stuff into herself anything she could find to eat.In truth, these peregrinations required the talents of a mountain goat.
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