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Foot-loose
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Foot-loose: Free to travel or move about, unconstrained by responsibilities, having no ties
Footrace
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Footrace: Walking or running competition, contest of people traveling by foot
Footworn
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Footworn: Worn by, or weared in, the feet as, a footworn path a footworn traveler.
Forlay
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Forlay: To lie in wait for to ambush. An ambushed thief forlays a traveler. Dryden.
Founder
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Founder: Difficult to travel likely to trip one up as, a founderous road. [R.] Burke.
Gest
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Gest: A stage in traveling a stop for rest or lodging in a journey or progress a rest. [Obs.] Kersey. A roll recting the several stages arranged for a royal progress. Man
Get around
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Get around: Bypass, circumvent, avoid travel from place to place obtain favor through flattery become public knowledge
Globetrot
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Globetrot: Travel often and to many distant destinations, travel frequently throughout the world
Globetrotting
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Globetrotting: Travelling around the world in order to sight-see
Go at a good pace
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Go at a good pace: Advance quickly, move quickly, travel quickly
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