traveler (part of speech: noun)
- Like many another life- voyager, with hand upon the helm, he thought that he was directing his course, when in feet a strong and subtile current was sweeping him he not whither. - "From Jest to Earnest", E. P. Roe.
- Thirty- eight passengers for this flight to Mars, but that accursed desire of every friend and relative to speed the departing voyager brought a hundred or more extra people to crowd our girders and bring added difficulty to everybody. - "Astounding Stories of Super-Science, March 1930", Various.
- The people are all blacks, speak Portuguese, and- a circumstance that affords the voyager an agreeable variety, after seeing so much nakedness- wear clothes. - "Journal of an African Cruiser", Horatio Bridge.