Voyage

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Duration MattersPlay
The term 'voyage' implies a long and significant experience, not a short trip. SlideTheir three-month voyage to Antarctica was unforgettable.
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Historical JourneysPlay
'Voyage' is often used to describe historic, exploratory, or epic travels by famous figures. SlideDarwin's voyage on the Beagle shaped his theory of evolution.
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Literary DramaPlay
'Voyage' can convey a sense of adventure and drama, often found in literature and storytelling. SlideThe novel chronicled the harrowing voyage of the shipwreck survivors.