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We had a long journey ahead of us.
Our parents wished us a safe journey as we drove away.
It's a seven-hour journey to Boston from here.
He makes the journey to Moscow three times a year.
They now faced a twelve-hour train journey.
an accident during the return journey
They set off on the long journey home.
This is the American English definition of journey. View British English definition of journey.
getting smaller, weaker, or less important
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