My fellow traveller answered in a weak, thin voice that it ‘was cold, very cold, and cut to the bone like a knife.’
What irony—giving her that to read—if her fellow traveller had only known!
All she saw, clearly, was her fellow traveller; the dear boy-comrade and sweetheart who would not now leave her side.
The inebriated dealer in cattle, glad of company, stretched out his hand at once and welcomed him as a fellow traveller.
Flush was a fellow traveller of course, and enjoyed it in the most obviously amusing manner.
Thus far, our only fellow traveller had been a school girl, going home for the summer vacation.
A fellow traveller gratifies at the same time our curiosity and our penetration.
I pray God to hasten the hour when I shall be your fellow traveller toward London!
We have known a fellow traveller recognise in this manner the tracks his waggon had made seven years before.
The sun was his fellow traveller and laborer to and fro in the furrow, the corn rows and the swath.