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Things travelling often describes (“travelling ________”)
carriage, bag, expenses, time, wave, companion, dress, bags, allowances, cap, rug, carriages, companions, case, allowance, waves, trunk, cloak, box, salesman, party, coach, suit, chaise, menagerie, coat, car, reader, public, matte, clock, clouds, map, cranes, light, caps, closet, chariot, tube, crane, trunks, money, clothes, cart, the, shawl, rugs, grant, boxes, portmanteau, trains, sledge, tutor, goddesses, blanket, desk, intellectuals, band, parties, basket, gear, sounds, shells, news, coolie, dresses, wind, typhoon, belt, organisations, journal, storm, chest, modons, merchants, engine, waters, breeze, merchant, tray, hotels, scream, wagons, kitchens, provision, carrier

Descriptive words:
much, hard, constant, rapid, more, total, easy, long, slow, rough, extensive, light, bad, incessant, actual, american, commercial, pleasant, worth, continuous, quick, fellow, difficult, comfortable, safe, fast, cheap, heavy, expensive, unnecessary, daily, considerable, ordinary, frequent, whilst, better, dangerous, european, less, domestic, sound, astral, african, weary, continual, japanese, world', easier, busy, sledge, tedious, time, necessary, severe, class, spanish, smooth, endless, world, distance, expeditious, perpetual, luxurious, steady, excessive, ill, uncomfortable, official, night, reasonable, cold, swift


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See travelling used in context: 18 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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