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pilgrim

  

      n  
1    a person who undertakes a journey to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion  
2    any wayfarer  
     (C12: from Provençal pelegrin, from Latin peregrinus foreign, from per through + ager field, land; see peregrine)  


Pilgrim  
      n      See       Canterbury Pilgrims       2  
Pilgrim Fathers   , Pilgrims  
      pl n   the. the English Puritans who sailed on the Mayflower to New England, where they founded Plymouth Colony in SE Massachusetts (1620)  
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Pilgrim  
      n      See       Canterbury Pilgrims       2  


pilgrim  
      n  
1    a person who undertakes a journey to a sacred place as an act of religious devotion  
2    any wayfarer  
     (C12: from Provençal pelegrin, from Latin peregrinus foreign, from per through + ager field, land; see peregrine)  
Pilgrim Fathers   , Pilgrims  
      pl n   the. the English Puritans who sailed on the Mayflower to New England, where they founded Plymouth Colony in SE Massachusetts (1620)  

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pilgrim

  
  
crusader, hajji, palmer, traveller, wanderer, wayfarer  

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