Examples of pilgrim in a Sentence
Thousands of Muslim pilgrims traveled to Mecca.
Recent Examples of pilgrim from the Web
This event is renewed today in the Church, a pilgrim in time.
Ronny Eid, a Christian resident and the head of the Nazareth tourism ministry, said the city has seen a number of pilgrim groups cancel their plans to arrive at Christmas.
Even then, pilgrims from around Mexico were arriving in cars, buses, pickups and on bicycles.
In Shikoku, pilgrims follow a route once taken by Kukai, the eighth-century monk who brought esoteric Buddhist teachings from China and moulded them to a Japanese form.
Her father was a taxi-driver, who ferried pilgrims between the holy sites of Mecca, where the family lived in an apartment on the edge of a slum.
Its spectacular location in the Plaza do Obradoiro means that some of the rooms have windows looking down on the cathedral square where the pilgrims finish their walks.
But the bush still stands in the park, marked by a wood cross, a white picket fence, and flowers left by pilgrims.
Security officials in Nasiriya said seven Iranian pilgrims were among those killed and at least 10 others were among the wounded people.
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Origin and Etymology of pilgrim
First Known Use: 13th centurySee Words from the same year
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