Translation of wayfarer in Spanish:


caminante, n.

Pronunciation /ˈweɪˌfɛrər//ˈweɪfɛːrə/



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    caminante feminine
    • To cross the narrow isthmus connecting the peninsula of the Peloponnesus to the rest of Greece, wayfarers had to shuffle in single file along a dangerous, cliffside trail, braving crumbling ledges and scree.
    • The biblical hero of hospitality, Abraham, had a tent that was open to all four directions, welcoming wayfarers from all sides, of all sorts, at all times.
    • New wayfarers looking at these travel brochures are eco-tourists and spring-break students.
    • The ‘Hungry Rock’ road from Coolaney to Skreen is a short cut through the mountains and wayfarers should always remember to take enough provisions to ward off the supernatural demon which often caused severe hunger pangs.
    • They made good progress and on the first night stopped at one of the wayfarers' inns that were stationed at convenient day intervals along the most used roads.
    • After travel, the wayfarer's home is not the same anymore.
    • The villa and its grounds had attracted no other wayfarers; the ruined stables would be comfortable enough.
    • It could be by helping someone needy, whether it is a relative, a neighbour, a wayfarer, an orphan, a lady waiting to get married, or a student.
    • In July, local police had to save wayfarers four times.
    • Alas, the joint was shut, and there would be no refreshment for the parched 21st-century wayfarer.
    • You abuse your powers by stealing from travelers, and you make this forest even more perilous for harmless wayfarers!
    • At the French villa that he purchased in 1926 and which served as his primary residence until his death in 1965, Maugham entertained scores of friends and wayfarers in Gatsbyesque style.
    • That is also when the omnipresent stray dogs are more interested in their siesta than in chasing hapless wayfarers.
    • Unlike the medieval or Renaissance wayfarers before them, however, these contemporary women are sitting in a car (a red Ford Explorer) in a snowstorm.
    • From time immemorial our human race has been called a race of wanderers and wayfarers, a restless people forever setting forth in pursuit of a better life.
    • I am a wayfarer, and I am not ready to settle down in one place for good.
    • Through the closed windows came the occasional ‘peep’ of a fogbound wayfarer whistling for a hansom.
    • There on the doorstop, drenched and dripping in the darkness, stood a miserably bedraggled Jewish wayfarer.
    • The people of the desert landscape are wayfarers and bandits.
    • Another reference is also made to them being like lost wayfarers, tossed about by vicious storms; in an earlier reference these storms pushed the ships around in circles, hindering their progress.