Vincent toured in a play called Mama's Daughters with Ethel Waters and adored her.
We toured and recorded constantly, and these photos offer a brief glimpse into what was our rich, exciting world.
Yet as she toured the country in the campaign bus, it was not obvious that the public believed her message.
early 14c., "a turn, a shift on duty," from Old French tour, tourn "a turn, trick, round, circuit, circumference," from torner, tourner "to turn," from Latin tornare "to polish, round off, fashion, turn on a lathe" (see turn (v.)). Sense of "a traveling around, journey" is first recorded 1640s. Tour de France is recorded from 1922. The Grand Tour, a journey through France, Germany, Switzerland, and Italy formerly was the finishing touch in the education of a gentleman.
1746, from tour (n.). Related: Toured; touring.