move along, wend.
3. travel with consort, associate, Inf. pal around, know, socialize, mingle, fraternize, hobnob; drink with, Sl. swing with, Sl. hang out.
-n. 4. travels journey, trip, tour, peregrination, wanderings, junket; trek, migration; pilgrimage, hadj, Hebrew, ally ah.
5. passage, traverse, transit, movement, advancement.
traveler, n. wayfarer, voyager, peregrinator; rambler, rover, roamer, Wandering Jew; adventurer, landloper, explorer, soldier of fortune, Inf. boomer, cowboy; trekker, hiker, backpacker; excursionist, sight-seer, Inf. rubbernecker, tourist, Sl. jet-setter; astronaut, cosmonaut, seaman, sailor, sea captain; bird of passage, migrant, nomad, Kuchi, Bedouin; hobo, vagant, hitchhiker, hitcher; traveling salesman, commercial traveler, tinker, itinerant,
traveling, adj. peripatetic, itinerant, wandering, roaming, roving, on the move, on the go; gallivanting, gadding, flitting, moving, mobile, restless, not tied down, unsettled, nomadic, migratory; living out of a suitcase, itchy-footed, always ready to pick up and go.
traverse, v. 1. pass over, move over, travel over, tour, fare; range, ply, wander, roam, track; cover, sweep, peregrinate; tramp, trek, ramble, march, walk; sail, voyage, cruise, navigate, make a passage; ford, cross, overpass, cut across.
2. cross, go across, intersect, lie across; extend across, stretch across, bridge, connect, bring together; transverse, intercross, crisscross, crossbar.
3. examine, consider, contemplate, observe, look into; review, pass in review, look over, take stock of, make note of, audit; inspect, scan, scour, reconnoiter.
4. obstruct, hinder, impede, thwart, foil, balk; interfere with, retard, frustrate; oppose, counter, contravene, counteract.
5. deny, contradict, counter, controvert; gainsay, negate, reject, disavow, disclaim; dispute, challenge, contest, call into question; impugn, rebut, go against, oppugn, take issue with, join issue with.
-n. 6. crossbar, crosspiece, transverse, transversal, transcept, crossarm; whiffletree, whippletree, swingle-tree, singletree, doubletree.
-adj. 7. transverse, cross, crossing, horizontal, oblique.
travesty, n. 1. burlesque, satire, take-off, parody, caricature, lampoon, wicked imitation; mockery, ridicule; exaggeration, hyperbole.
2. distortion, poor imitation, misrepresentation, falsification, slander; grotesquery, monstrosity, abortion, atrocity; debasement, corruption, perversion, botch.
-v. 3. burlesque, parody, satirize, lampoon, take off, caricature; mock, ridicule, twit, Inf. rag, laugh at, deride; mimic, ape, imitate, copy.
4. distort, misrepresent, falsify; debase, corrupt, pervert; deform, twist, warp, garble; mar, damage, ruin, destroy.
tray, n. platter, salver, server, waiter, serving tray, lazy Susan, Archaic, trencher, flat container or receptacle; coaster, dish, plate, ashtray,
treacherous, adj. 1. traitorous, perfidious, disloyal; treasonable, treasonous, subversive. See - traitorous (defs. 1, 2).
2. deceptive, deceiving, misleading; deceitful, false, untrustworthy, unreliable; dodgy, shifty, wily, reptilian, snaky, evasive, slippery, elusive; specious, bogus, sham, counterfeit, pseudo, mock.
3. precarious, uncertain, unsure, unstable, unsafe, unsound; insecure, infirm, unsteady, shaky, rickety, tottery; ticklish, tricky, delicate, touch-and-go.