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[ jur -nee ]

a six-day journey across the desert.

Synonyms: tour , jaunt , excursion

a desert journey.

a week's journey.

the journey to success.

verb (used without object)

Synonyms: peregrinate , rove , roam

/ ˈdʒɜːnɪ /

  • a travelling from one place to another; trip or voyage
  • the distance travelled in a journey
  • the time taken to make a journey
  • intr to make a journey

Derived Forms

  • ˈjourneyer , noun

Other Words From

  • journey·er noun
  • outjourney verb (used with object) outjourneyed outjourneying

Word History and Origins

Origin of journey 1

Synonym Study

Example sentences.

If either is selected, it would not launch until 2026 at the earliest, and would take at least a few months to make the journey.

The job is a cherry on top, but the journey and the experience of being able to audition and leave your heart in the room and feel good about it, no matter what happens, that’s rare and that was amazing.

Cross-device measurement helps connect the dots of your customer’s journey and ensures you know how effective your campaigns are at driving user behavior.

You are somewhat of a new grandmother and you’ve been enjoying that journey.

Instead of having numerous articles addressing each of these particular questions, brands and publishers could consolidate this information as it is all pertinent to the same stage of the journey that the user is in.

The brokers then scout out potential “crew members” who can earn substantial discounts for working the journey.

The next day, after driving to Putney on the outskirts of London, we start the end of our journey.

The NYPD Emerald Society pipes and drums struck up a slow march and the procession began the journey to the cemetery.

We began a journey with Koenig in the first episode of Serial.

But the sunlight is threatening to fade and a three-and-a-half-hour river journey back to Kisangani looms.

With a hammer the boy knocked off some of the slats of the small box in which Squinty had made his journey.

Then summoning a smart young jemadar with whom he had talked a good deal during the journey, he asked him to read the chit.

But dismissing them from our thoughts for the time being, as we did then from our presence, let us continue our journey.

If the journey is now distasteful to her, she has but her own rashness to blame in having sought it herself.

It was past sundown when they left San Bernardino, but a full moon made the night as good as day for their journey.

Related Words

  • exploration

What Is The Plural Of Journey?

Plural word for  journey.

The plural form of journey is journeys (not journies ). Words that end with a – y preceded by a vowel ( a, e, i, o, u ) are made plural by adding an -s at the end, as in chimney / chimneys and monkey / monkeys . 

This can be confusing, because the plural form of words that end with a – y and are preceded by a consonant is made by changing the ending to -ies , as in party / parties , candy / candies , and duty / duties .

More About Journey

What does  journey mean.

A journey is a trip, especially one to a faraway place that takes place over a long period of time.

The word trip can refer to any instance of traveling from one place to another, no matter how long or short it is. The word journey , though, typically implies a long trip—one that’s at least several hours, and perhaps several months or even years. It also often implies adventure—a journey might even be a quest . A journey may or may not have a planned destination other than whatever lies ahead.

The word is also commonly used in a figurative way to liken any lengthy process or progress to such a trip, as in Life is a journey, with many interesting detours. 

Journey can also be used as a verb meaning to make a long trip, as in We must journey to the land beyond the mountains.

Example: My favorite books are about people who make epic journeys around the world.

Where does  journey come from?

The first records of the word journey come from around the 1200s. It comes from the Middle English word journee , meaning “day,” ultimately from unattested Vulgar Latin diurnāta , meaning “a day’s time” or “a day’s work.” In English, the meaning of the word journey originally meant something like “a day’s travel,” but eventually came to mean “a long trip.”

A journey can last a day but the word usually refers to longer trips. The word is sometimes preceded with the mode of transportation that’s used, as in The city is reachable only by a long train journey. Discussion of journeys often involves their destination or purpose. When people say, “It’s the journey , not the destination,” they mean that the significance and value of a journey is what happens along the way, from moment to moment, as opposed to the achievement of its ultimate goal.

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What are some other forms related to journey ?

  • journeyer (noun)
  • outjourney (verb)

What are some synonyms for journey ?

What are some words that share a root or word element with journey ? 

What are some words that often get used in discussing journey ?

  • destination

How is  journey used in real life?

Journey is very commonly used in a figurative way.

I ask you to accompany me on my journey to Chile and Peru in your prayers. — Pope Francis (@Pontifex) January 15, 2018
Life is indeed a journey. Successful is he who can navigate the ups and downs without losing his balance. Don’t dwell on your past, don’t wallow in self-pity, don’t repeat your mistakes, don’t focus on negativity, help others along the way, spread kindness wherever you go! — Mufti Menk (@muftimenk) August 17, 2020
Some people around us will not understand our journey. They don’t need to; it’s not for them — Paulo Coelho (@paulocoelho) May 4, 2019

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A. voyage B. trip C. trek D. all of the above

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Definition of journey noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

  • They went on a long train journey across India.
  • to begin/continue/complete a journey
  • Many refugees made the journey alone.
  • Did you have a good journey?
  • the outward/return journey
  • We broke our journey (= stopped for a short time) in Madrid.
  • (British English) Don't use the car for short journeys.
  • It's a day's journey by car.
  • The average journey time is about 50 minutes.
  • on a journey She took her sister with her to keep her company on the journey.
  • journey from… Devizes is a two-hour journey from London.
  • journey to… It is unclear why he embarked on his final journey to Vienna.
  • (British English) I'm afraid you've had a wasted journey (= you cannot do what you have come to do) .
  • (informal) Bye! Safe journey! (= used when somebody is beginning a journey)
  • a business trip
  • a five-minute trip by taxi
  • a long and difficult journey across the mountains
  • a tour of Bavaria
  • the first expedition to the South Pole
  • We went on an all-day excursion to the island.
  • The children were on a day’s outing from school.
  • We had a day out at the beach.
  • a(n) foreign/​overseas trip/​journey/​tour/​expedition
  • a bus/​coach/​train/​rail trip/​journey/​tour
  • to go on a(n) trip/​journey/​tour/​expedition/​excursion/​outing/​day out
  • to set out/​off on a(n) trip/​journey/​tour/​expedition/​excursion
  • to make a(n) trip/​journey/​tour/​expedition/​excursion
  • destination
  • measures to cut the number of car journeys into the city
  • He is planning a journey through Europe this summer.
  • People were crammed onto ships for the dangerous journey across the Atlantic.
  • Dawn was breaking as we set out on the last leg of our journey.
  • Few people have made this journey and lived to tell the tale.
  • He made the emotional journey back to the house he grew up in.
  • He wrote a column chronicling his journeys around the Americas.
  • Her search took her on an incredible journey across the world.
  • The bus driver told us where to change buses for our onward journey.
  • The bus journey from London to Athens took 60 hours.
  • The journey continued in silence.
  • The journey takes about five hours.
  • They continued their journey on foot.
  • They doubted that he would survive the journey to the nearest hospital.
  • They were on a journey to the Far East.
  • This is the story of the first astronauts and their journey into the unknown.
  • take (somebody)
  • be tired after a journey
  • be tired from a journey
  • a leg of a journey

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  • I was excited by the character's journey in the film.
  • journey (from something) (to something) The book describes a spiritual journey from despair to happiness.

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  • Long Day's Journey into Night

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Synonyms & Similar Words

  • peregrination
  • commutation

Thesaurus Definition of journey  (Entry 2 of 2)

  • peregrinate
  • road - trip
  • knock (about)
  • perambulate

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Etymology 1

From Middle English journe , from Old French jornee , from Vulgar Latin *diurnāta , from Late Latin diurnum , from Latin diurnus , from diēs ( “ day ” ) . Displaced native Old English fær and Old English faru .

Pronunciation

  • ( General American ) IPA ( key ) : /ˈd͡ʒɝni/
  • ( Received Pronunciation ) IPA ( key ) : /ˈd͡ʒɜːni/
  • Rhymes: -ɜː(ɹ)ni

journey ( plural journeys )

  • 1807 , William Wordsworth, “Star Gazers”, in Poems, in Two Volumes , volume I, London: [ … ] Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme ,   [ … ] , →OCLC , page 88 : Or is it, that when human Souls a journey long have had, / And are returned into themselves, they cannot be but sad?
  • 2012 March-April, Terrence J. Sejnowski , “Well-connected Brains”, in American Scientist ‎ [1] , volume 100 , number 2, archived from the original on 27 April 2017 , page 171 : Creating a complete map of the human connectome would therefore be a monumental milestone but not the end of the journey to understanding how our brains work.
  • 2023 December 27, Richard Foster, “New rail freight terminal leads the way”, in RAIL , number 999 , page 39 : That progress has taken over ten years and £20 million to bring to fruition. But, as Mands explains, the journey has been one that HSG has been almost obligated to undertake. "First and foremost, this is an environmental project," she says.
  • ( obsolete ) A day .
  • ( obsolete ) A day's travelling; the distance travelled in a day.
  • 1485 , Sir Thomas Malory , “ vij ”, in Le Morte Darthur , book VI: But whan ye haue done that Iourney ye shal promyse me as ye are a true knyght for to go with me and to helpe me / and other damoysels that are distressid dayly with a fals knyghte / All your entente damoysel and desyre I wylle fulfylle / soo ye wyl brynge me vnto this knyghte (please add an English translation of this quotation)
  • The weight of finished coins delivered at one time to the Master of the Mint .
  • ( collective , colloquial ) A group of giraffes .
  • See also Thesaurus:journey

Derived terms

  • a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
  • memory journey
  • Sabbath-day's journey
  • wedding journey

Further reading

  • “ journey ”, in Webster’s Revised Unabridged Dictionary , Springfield, Mass.: G. & C. Merriam , 1913 , →OCLC .
  • “ journey ”, in The Century Dictionary   [ … ] , New York, N.Y.: The Century Co. , 1911 , →OCLC .
  • “ journey ”, in OneLook Dictionary Search .

Etymology 2

Reborrowing from French journée ( day's activities ) , originally an unadapted borrowing from French journée , from Old French jornee , from Vulgar Latin *diurnāta .

  • ( glassblowing ) The total time spent melting and working one piece.

Middle English

  • Alternative form of journe

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What does the noun journey mean?

There are 23 meanings listed in OED's entry for the noun journey , 12 of which are labelled obsolete. See ‘Meaning & use’ for definitions, usage, and quotation evidence.

journey has developed meanings and uses in subjects including

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OED is undergoing a continuous programme of revision to modernize and improve definitions. This entry has not yet been fully revised.

How common is the noun journey ?

How is the noun journey pronounced, british english, u.s. english, where does the noun journey come from.

Earliest known use

Middle English

The earliest known use of the noun journey is in the Middle English period (1150—1500).

journey is a borrowing from French.

Etymons: French jornee , journee .

Nearby entries

  • journalism, n. 1833–
  • journalist, n. 1693–
  • journalistic, adj. & n. 1829–
  • journalistically, adv. 1870–
  • journalizable, adj. 1858–
  • journalize, v. 1766–
  • journalizer, n. 1837–
  • journal-letter, n. 1756–
  • journally, adv. 1554–92
  • journ-chopper, n. 1883–
  • journey, n. ?c1225–
  • journey, v. c1330–
  • journey-bated, adj. 1598
  • journey-book, n. 1610–
  • journey cake, n. 1754–
  • journeyed, adj. 1553–
  • journeyer, n. 1566–
  • journeying, n. c1330–
  • journeyman, n. 1463–
  • journey-money, n. 1883–
  • journey-pride, n. 1938–

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noun as in travel from one place to another

Strongest matches

  • exploration

Strong matches

  • constitutional
  • peregrination
  • transmigration
  • vagabondage

verb as in travel

  • peregrinate

Weak matches

  • knock about
  • take a trip

Example Sentences

If either is selected, it would not launch until 2026 at the earliest, and would take at least a few months to make the journey.

The job is a cherry on top, but the journey and the experience of being able to audition and leave your heart in the room and feel good about it, no matter what happens, that’s rare and that was amazing.

Cross-device measurement helps connect the dots of your customer’s journey and ensures you know how effective your campaigns are at driving user behavior.

You are somewhat of a new grandmother and you’ve been enjoying that journey.

Instead of having numerous articles addressing each of these particular questions, brands and publishers could consolidate this information as it is all pertinent to the same stage of the journey that the user is in.

The brokers then scout out potential “crew members” who can earn substantial discounts for working the journey.

The next day, after driving to Putney on the outskirts of London, we start the end of our journey.

The NYPD Emerald Society pipes and drums struck up a slow march and the procession began the journey to the cemetery.

We began a journey with Koenig in the first episode of Serial.

But the sunlight is threatening to fade and a three-and-a-half-hour river journey back to Kisangani looms.

With a hammer the boy knocked off some of the slats of the small box in which Squinty had made his journey.

Then summoning a smart young jemadar with whom he had talked a good deal during the journey, he asked him to read the chit.

But dismissing them from our thoughts for the time being, as we did then from our presence, let us continue our journey.

If the journey is now distasteful to her, she has but her own rashness to blame in having sought it herself.

It was past sundown when they left San Bernardino, but a full moon made the night as good as day for their journey.

Related Words

Words related to journey are not direct synonyms, but are associated with the word journey . Browse related words to learn more about word associations.

noun as in existence

  • subsistence

noun as in revolution, track, boundary

  • bound/bounds
  • circulation
  • circumference
  • circumnavigation
  • circumscription
  • circumvolution
  • perambulation

verb as in sail

  • keep steady pace
  • push off/push on
  • wander about

noun as in sailing expedition

verb as in travel, visit

  • pass through

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Destination Paris: Gymnast Jordan Chiles' long journey back to the Olympics is rooted in joy

S PRING, Texas (AP) — Editor’s note: Olympic athletes competing in the marquee sports of gymnastics, swimming and track and field train for one shot at gold every four years with little margin for error. The Associated Press followed several of those athletes during their preparations for the Paris Games, including Jordan Chiles.

Jordan Chiles still remembers the first time someone handed her a ribbon for something she did at a gymnastics meet.

She was maybe 7 or 8 and a Level 4, the entry point to competition for the thousands of kids who take up the sport.

The details of what Chiles did that day are fuzzy at best. The jolt of adrenaline that sprinted through her as she caressed the first of what has become countless gold ribbons is not.

“I was like, ‘Oh, this is what it feels like to win? Okay, I got this. This is cool,’” Chiles said.

It still is, only Chiles' definition of winning has evolved nearly two decades after that initial blush with success.

Sure, she remains intensely competitive, a trait Chiles says she inherited from her mother Gina. Yet Chiles realized a while ago the competition she faces whenever she steps onto the podium doesn't come from the outside, but from within.

When Chiles walks into Bercy Arena in Paris on July 28 to begin a second trip to the Olympics very few outside of her inner circle saw coming when 2024 began, her goal won't be to beat anyone but to vanquish a memory.

Don't get her wrong. Chiles cherishes the silver medal that the four-woman U.S team earned at the Tokyo Games three years ago on a memorable night in which good friend Simone Biles removed herself from the lineup in the middle of the meet to focus on her mental health.

“We won that silver,” Chiles said. “We had so much grace and power and leadership in that moment. I was just so proud of everybody.”

It's what happened two days prior during qualifying, however, that lingers. Chiles fell off the balance beam that night inside the eerily quiet Ariake Gymnastics Centre and put together a sloppy routine on bars that was far from her best.

Chiles didn't come particularly close to earning a spot in any of the individual finals and remembers the tearful phone call in the aftermath to Gina — half a world away back in Houston after COVID-19 pandemic protocols prevented family and friends from making the trip to Japan.

“I was like, 'This is crazy, I failed,'” Chiles said.

The decision to make a run at the Paris Games was born in that moment. And it had nothing to do with coming home with “just” one medal in her carry-on. She had let the weight of it all leave her “overwhelmed and stressed” at a time she should have been enjoying the realization of a dream. It just never really felt that way.

“That wasn’t my best performance," she said. “I knew I could give more.”

Chiles had no idea at the time how much it would take to get back.

The last three years have been a whirlwind. She enrolled at UCLA in the fall of 2021 and spent two seasons leaning into the team environment and freedom of expression that college gymnastics provide, particularly on floor exercise, where the hip-hop-inspired routine she competed as a sophomore went viral and racked up perfect 10s in equal measure.

She left the Bruins and returned to World Champions Centre in Houston in the summer of 2023 to begin preparations for Paris, a transition that proved harder than expected both personally and professionally.

Chiles lost her aunt, Crystal Oliver, and grandfather Gene Velasquez, in 2023.

“They always believed in me before they passed, that if I could do (one Olympics) I could do another,” Chiles said.

And so she pressed on even as she grieved, a process she admitted after the U.S. Olympic trials she is still going through. She honored Velasquez with a tattoo on her left forearm that reads "Where you are, I have been. Where I am, you will be.”

That's why the tears flowed so freely when Chiles heard her name among the five called at the end of the U.S. gymnastics trials last month. The last 15 months have been a roller coaster, emotionally, mentally and physically.

Turns out she missed her college teammates more than she imagined. Her elite skills were slow(ish) to return. She was disappointed when she wasn't selected for the world championship team last fall, a decision she knew was right based on where she was at the time.

Gina Chiles describes the journey her daughter has been on lately as “pure grit.” That's not a proud parent pumping up their child. It's the reality.

Jordan missed Winter Cup in February — the first tune-up of the year — with a sprained shoulder. About three weeks later she suffered a bone bruise and partially tore the lateral collateral ligament on the outside of her knee.

“I was like, ‘I’m done. I’m over this. I’m not doing any more. This is not it,'” Chiles said.

The lure of quitting passed, replaced with the realization that the downtime provided her with an opportunity to upgrade her uneven bars, the only one of the four events where the stress on the lower body is minimal.

She also learned to let everything go and practice what she so often preaches to younger gymnasts, whom she tells to “write your story, write your chapters, and they're going to turn out how you want them to turn out.”

No matter how the run-up to Paris went, she understood that certain things were never going to change.

“I am a world champion. I will forever be a world champion. I’m an Olympian. I will forever be an Olympian," she said. "Those titles will never be stripped away from me.”

Some new ones, however, may be added by the end of the Games. A team gold would be nice. So would a spot in an event final. Her best chances may be on vault or floor exercise, though she'll have to finish ahead of at least two of her teammates during qualifying to have a shot.

There is something more basic at stake, however. Medal or no medal, she wants to go out there and maximize the talent she believes God has given her. That didn't happen in Tokyo. And that is why she's here, putting her body through this while serving as the unofficial hype woman of a team that will arrive in Paris under a spotlight that can sometimes be scorching.

She's grown used to the temperature, driven by a purpose that goes far beyond anything that may happen in the arena.

Chiles knows she's part of a wave of women of color who have made gymnastics more accessible and visible to athletes who look like her. Her mission isn't focused on winning but feeling empowered to do things your way. It's one of the reasons Chiles' Beyonce-inspired leotards and floor music are not a coincidence.

“If she's a queen, I'm a queen,” Chiles said with a laugh.

More importantly, Chiles is also a role model. The lesson she wants others to take away during this somewhat unexpected Olympic return is: don't put limits on yourself.

It's why, when you ask her about the Los Angeles Games that loom four years away — when she'll be 27, the same age good friend Biles is now — she plays coy.

“For ‘28, you never know,” she said. “You might see me in gymnastics or you might see me in a different sport. I’m not going to say what sport. You could still see me competing though, I'll give you that.”

The answer to those questions can wait. There are more pressing matters in front of her. Namely, finding joy in simply still being able to do this. After all she's been through, she owes it to herself.

“I did dedicate my life to this,” she said. “I did sacrifice a lot of things for myself. I did do all these things. And at the end of the day, when it’s finally done it over with, I can finally I can look at myself in the mirror and be like, ‘You did everything that you said you (would).’”

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Definitions for journey ˈdʒɜr ni jour·ney, this dictionary definitions page includes all the possible meanings, example usage and translations of the word journey ., princeton's wordnet rate this definition: 3.0 / 1 vote.

journey, journeying verb

the act of traveling from one place to another

travel, journey verb

undertake a journey or trip

travel upon or across

"travel the oceans"

GCIDE Rate this definition: 4.7 / 3 votes

Journey noun

The distance that is traveled in a journey, or the time taken to complete a journey; as, it's a two-day journey from the oasis into Cairo by camel; from Mecca to Samarkand is quite a journey.

A passage through life, or a passage through any significant experience, or from one state to another.

Wiktionary Rate this definition: 1.5 / 2 votes

journey noun

A set amount of travelling, seen as a single unit; a discrete trip, a voyage.

A day's travelling; the distance travelled in a day.

A day's work.

  • journey verb

To travel, to make a trip or voyage.

Wikipedia Rate this definition: 0.0 / 0 votes

"The Journey is a song by English boy band 911 . It was released on 30 June 1997 in the United Kingdom through Virgin Records as the sixth and final single from their debut studio album, The Journey (1997). It peaked at number three on the UK Singles Chart and remained in the chart for seven weeks.

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A journey refers to the act of traveling from one place to another, typically involving a long distance. It can also refer to the process or experience of personal growth, development, or transformation, often involving challenges, learning, and self-discovery. Journeys can be physical, emotional, mental, or spiritual in nature and can take various forms such as road trips, exploration of new territories, pursuit of goals or dreams, or the passage through different stages of life.

Webster Dictionary Rate this definition: 1.0 / 1 vote

the travel or work of a day

travel or passage from one place to another; hence, figuratively, a passage through life

Journey verb

to travel from place to place; to go from home to a distance

to traverse; to travel over or through

Etymology: [OE. jornee, journee, prop., a day's journey, OF. jorne, jurne, a day, a day's work of journey, F. journe, fr. OF. jorn, jurn, jor a day, F. jour, fr. L. diurnus. See Journal.]

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Journey is an American rock band formed in San Francisco in 1973 by former members of Santana and Frumious Bandersnatch. The band has gone through several phases; its strongest commercial success occurred between 1978 and 1987, after which it temporarily disbanded. During that period, the band released a series of hit songs, including 1981's "Don't Stop Believin'", which became in 2009 the top-selling catalog track in iTunes history. Its parent studio album, Escape, the band's eighth and most successful, reached No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and yielded another of their most popular singles, "Open Arms". Its 1983 follow-up, Frontiers, was almost as successful in the United States, reaching No. 2 and spawning several successful singles; it broadened the band's appeal in the United Kingdom, where it reached No. 6 on the UK Albums Chart. Journey enjoyed a successful reunion in the mid-1990s, and later regrouped with a series of lead singers. Sales have resulted in two gold albums, eight multi-platinum albums, and one diamond album. They have had eighteen Top 40 singles in the US, six of which reached the Top 10 of the US Billboard Hot 100 chart and two of which reached No. 1 on other Billboard charts, and a No. 6 hit on the UK Singles Chart in "Don't Stop Believin'". Originally a progressive rock band, Journey was described by Allmusic as having cemented a reputation as "one of America's most beloved commercial rock/pop bands" by 1978, when they redefined their sound by embracing traditional pop arrangements on their fourth album, Infinity. According to the Recording Industry Association of America, Journey has sold 47 million albums in the US, making them the 28th best selling band. Their worldwide sales have reached over 80 million albums. A 2005 USA Today opinion poll named Journey the fifth best American rock band in history. Their songs have become arena rock staples and are still played on rock radio stations across the world.

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jur′ni, n. any travel: tour: excursion: the weight of finished coins delivered at one time to the Master of the Mint—also Jour′ney-weight .— v.i. Jour′ney , to travel:— pr.p. jour′neying; pa.p. jour′neyed (-nid).— adj. Jour′ney-bat′ed ( Shak. ), wayworn.— ns. Jour′neyman , one who works by the day: any hired workman: one whose apprenticeship is completed; Jour′ney-work , work done by a journeyman or for hire. [Fr. journée — jour , a day—L. diurnus .]

Editors Contribution Rate this definition: 0.0 / 0 votes

A form of travel from a place to a specific location of choice.

The journey to Wales is easy and simple as we fly.

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Song lyrics by journey -- Explore a large variety of song lyrics performed by journey on the Lyrics.com website.

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According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Journey is ranked #18198 in terms of the most common surnames in America. The Journey surname appeared 1,529 times in the 2010 census and if you were to sample 100,000 people in the United States, approximately 1 would have the surname Journey . 69.3% or 1,061 total occurrences were White . 22.8% or 349 total occurrences were Black . 3.3% or 51 total occurrences were of Hispanic origin. 3.1% or 48 total occurrences were of two or more races . 0.9% or 14 total occurrences were Asian . 0.3% or 6 total occurrences were American Indian or Alaskan Native .

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Rank popularity for the word 'journey' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2603

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Rank popularity for the word 'journey' in Nouns Frequency: #844

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Chaldean Numerology

The numerical value of journey in Chaldean Numerology is: 9

Pythagorean Numerology

The numerical value of journey in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9

Examples of journey in a Sentence

To be clear, we absolutely would cast a transgender model in our show. Weve had transgender models come to castings... and like many others, they didnt make it, but it was never about gender. I admire and respect their journey to embrace who they really are.

Lori Odegaard :

I remember I’ve come a long way in my journey and I’m my own person and I am not doing this for anybody else, i’m doing this for myself. And I initially did this for my health.

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We would love for [the public] to be inspired to be part of the next generation of space explorers, whether that is as an astronaut or engineer or any other type of person that would be working on or with this journey to Mars.

Dell COO Jeff Clarke :

The conversations [ with customers ] have moved past the' tell me about the gear'... to [ become ] really about insights and outcomes, we think we're positioned quite well to help our customers through this journey .

Charles Lwanga :

These are the most arrogant immigration authorities I have seen on this journey , every minute they threaten you, to take you to another camp which is worse than this.

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Singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard performs at Camping World...

Singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

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Guitarist Phil Collen of Def Leppard performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

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Guitarist Vivian Campbell of Def Leppard performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

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Singer Arnel Pineda and drummer Deen Castronovo of Journey perform at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

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Singer Arnel Pineda of Journey interacts with fans at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

Lead guitarist Neal Schon of Journey performs at Camping World...

Lead guitarist Neal Schon of Journey performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

Singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard performs at Camping World...

Bassist and backing vocalist Rick Savage of Def Leppard performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

Guitarist Phil Collen of Def Leppard performs at Camping World...

Journey performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

Lead guitarist Neal Schon of Journey performs at Camping World...

Dummer Deen Castronovo of Journey performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

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Singer Arnel Pineda of Journey leaps into the air at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

Singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard performs at Camping World...

The arena rock anthems that came to define Journey’s sound worked especially well for the crowd gathered at Orlando’s Camping World Stadium Wednesday night, while Def Leppard’s raucous glam metal brought many to their feet and singing along. At first glance, the two acts might seem like an odd pairing to co-headline a tour, but they’ve had success in the past. On a tour of nearly 60 cities together in 2018, the bands sold more than 1 million tickets .

After opener Cheap Trick graced the stage, Journey came out swinging with “Only the Young” as singer Arnel Pineda — a vocal doppelgänger of former singer Steve Perry — skipped up and down the central runway that jutted out from the main stage, holding hands and fist bumping fans along the way. Neal Schon, the band’s co-founder and last original member still with the group, showed his charismatic smile and worked his way up and down his guitar neck with ease throughout the set.

Singer Arnel Pineda and drummer Deen Castronovo of Journey perform at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

The hits to follow sent waves of nostalgia through the audience, starting with the tender sounds of “Faithfully,” “Lovin’, Touchin’, Squeezin'” and the power ballad “Open Arms,” which was prefaced by a touching piano solo from Jonathan Cain. Praise is also warranted for drummer Deen Castronovo, who had two kick drums, several cymbals and many toms at his disposal and used all of them liberally, rightfully so.

The band, now celebrating its 50th anniversary, picked up the energy with “Wheel in the Sky,” “Separate Ways” and “Any Way You Want It,” featuring soaring high notes from Pineda, who reached into the stratosphere with his vocal chords. Near the later part of the set, “Lights” had everyone in the crowd using their phone flashlight to illuminate the stadium.

Journey performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

Predictably, “Don’t Stop Believin'” was the appropriate set closer of the night, making for a jubilant sing-along with the crowd hanging onto every word. The band went out with a bang as streamers fell over the floor.

While the members of Journey have rotated and some have been replaced, what remains consistent is the passion behind the music and the songs that are beloved by many, as evidenced by the number of fans dancing and singing along. This reviewer is too young to remember when most of these songs were first released, but did grow up in a household where Journey was frequently played through the stereo, connected to a 300-disc carousel.

Singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

As crews worked to change over the instruments to prepare for Def Leppard, an on-screen countdown showed the exact number of minutes and seconds until the English rockers took to the stage. And rock, they sure did, coming out as lead singer Joe Elliott led the charge with “Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop).” Other hits early in the set included “Foolin’,” “Animal” and “Love Bites.”

In most songs, guitarists Phil Collen and Vivian Campbell deftly traded guitar solos and riffs from opposite sides of the stage. Joined by bassist Rick Savage, the musicians frequently combined their talents for three- and four-part harmonies. It was also impressive to watch drummer Rick Allen, who had his left arm amputated in 1985, navigate his way around the set and even take a solo at one point.

Def Leppard then brought fans a new song, “Just Like ’73,” which was released in 2024 but conjures memories from an era more than 50 years ago. The band brought the energy way down as Elliott appeared with just an acoustic guitar for “Two Steps Behind” and “This Guitar,” during which he was joined by his bandmates sans drums. It might have been a confusing moment for some, seeing such hard rockers as Def Leppard go stripped-down and acoustic for a few songs, but they came roaring back with electric guitars on full volume in the middle of “Bringin’ On the Heartbreak.”

Singer Joe Elliott of Def Leppard performs at Camping World Stadium in Orlando on July 10, 2024. (Patrick Connolly/Orlando Sentinel)

It was a mad sprint to the finish after that as the band jammed on “Rock of Ages,” “Photograph,” “Hysteria” and their ever-popular hit, “Pour Some Sugar On Me,” which served as the closer. It was a hot, sticky sweet ending to an overcast and muggy, but always rocking and exciting, evening at Camping World Stadium.

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