destination

Part of speech: noun

A point to which a journey is directed; end; goal; appointment.

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Usage examples "destination":

  1. Why did not the rose- tree get to its destination! - "Melbourne House", Elizabeth Wetherell.
  2. Without a guide, and in the dark, we could never have reached our destination; but we were fortunate enough to get a guide, and we set out on our long drive through the night. - "A Surgeon in Belgium", Henry Sessions Souttar.
  3. That is why my lord Faruskiar, who was aware of it in consequence of his position as general manager of the company, had joined the train at Douchak so as to accompany the treasure to its destination. - "The Adventures of a Special Correspondent", Jules Verne.