Then again, traversing train tracks may be nothing compared to the social risks of moving to Brooklyn.
But once there, traversing the arid desert plains and breaking bread with the indigenous peoples, inspiration struck.
Extended colonnades were frequently connected with them, traversing the principal streets.
I heard Sir Alexander traversing the apartment with hasty strides.
While traversing a gloomy forest in search of game he encountered a merchant beset by a ferocious lion.
My brother of Denmark is traversing Europe, and is about to come to France.
After traversing several hundred yards of this primeval forest I called a halt, and drew Pio close up to the side of my mule.
The bullet, after traversing the left lung, lodged in the spinal column.
Jimmie Dale only caught a word here and there—his faculties for the moment were concentrated on traversing the bathroom silently.
After traversing a few leagues, they came to another river, flowing through a low plain, elevated but slightly above the stream.
early 14c., "pass across, over, or through," from Old French traverser "to cross, thwart" (11c.), from Vulgar Latin *traversare, from Latin transversare "to cross, throw across," from Latin transversus "turn across" (see transverse). The noun meaning "act of passing through a gate, crossing a bridge, etc." is recorded from mid-14c.; meaning "a passage by which one may traverse" is recorded from 1670s. Military foritifcation sense of "barrier, barricade" is recorded from 1590s. Related: Traversed; traversing.