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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwayfarerway‧far‧er /ˈweɪˌfeərə $ -ˌferər/ noun [countable]  literaryTRAVEL someone who travels from one place to another on foot
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wayfarerIn the main, the destitute wayfarers were treated well.Captured after stabbing his wife and later an innocent wayfarer, he was imprisoned in Königshofen Tower.In 1711 the saddle-sore wayfarer fell ill while dedicating a new chapel.
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