Definition of wayfarer in English:

wayfarer

Syllabification: way·far·er
Pronunciation: /ˈwāˌfe(ə)rər
 
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noun

literary
A person who travels on foot.
More example sentences
  • After travel, the wayfarer's home is not the same anymore.
  • From time immemorial our human race has been called a race of wanderers and wayfarers, a restless people forever setting forth in pursuit of a better life.
  • New wayfarers looking at these travel brochures are eco-tourists and spring-break students.

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