What is another word for Sojourning?

202 synonyms found


[ sˈə͡ʊd͡ʒɜːnɪŋ], [ sˈə‍ʊd‍ʒɜːnɪŋ], [ s_ˈəʊ_dʒ_ɜː_n_ɪ_ŋ]

Sojourning refers to the act of residing temporarily in a place away from one's home. There are different synonyms that can be used to represent the word "sojourning" in a text or conversation, depending on the context of use. Some of these synonyms include visiting, touring, traveling, wandering, exploring, trekking, migrating, or journeying. These words essentially describe the act of moving from one place to another with a temporary settlement. While some of these synonyms connote leisurely activities, others indicate more focused or purposeful movement. Regardless of their connotation, they can be used interchangeably with "sojourning" to indicate a temporary stay away from one's permanent residence.

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How to use "Sojourning" in context?

1.The word "sojourn" comes from the word "sojourn" meaning "a journey or stay, especially one undertaken for pleasure or business." It has been used in English since the 12th century. The word can denote either a short stay or a longer one. Sojourning usually has positive connotations, referring to a time spent in a pleasant or interesting place.

2. Historically, sojourning has been used to describe the period of time during which a person travels from one place to another. It is also used to describe the act of traveling itself.

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