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Wanderlust Definition in Context – 601 Words

Wanderlust definition in real context with synonyms and illustrations from the book, 601 Words You Need to Know to Pass Your Exam. Enrich your academic vocabulary in real context with the word, wanderlust.

/ˈwɒn.də.lʌst/ (noun)

Wanderlust definition

a strong desire to travel to various and remote places, itchy feet, travel bug


The oddness of our modern desire to travel

Out of all wanderlusts who expressed a strong desire to travel, 81% want to do so not for business, nor to visit relatives, but for leisure. Travelers, wanderlusts or tourists — the names matter not.

The insatiable desire to be someplace else other than where you are is a very strange one to have.

People have always traveled — this much is true. Throughout history, people have traveled to escape harsh climates or famine. To escape from wars, and for other reasons.

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