Noun Safari Definition and Examples


Noun:

Safari

Pronunciation:

/səˈfɑːri/

Definition:
1.

noun

An expedition to observe or hunt animals in their natural habitat, especially in East Africa.
  1. 'Over centuries they were hunted to the brink of extinction in the big game safaris of southern Africa.'
  2. 'The topography is agreeable to hiking and walking safaris are allowed.'
  3. 'One of the unique attractions of the park is that walking safaris are allowed and you can get off your vehicle for a nature walk.'
  4. 'They are a mainstay attraction for guided tours and safaris.'
  5. 'Aside from numerous scuba diving opportunities, camel expeditions, jeep safaris, and mountain treks, silk route boat trips are available.'
  6. 'The NCAA's motivation for promoting walking safaris is primarily an ecological one.'
  7. 'Most businesses which provide accommodation also offer guided tours, excursions, safaris, and personal hunting assistance.'
  8. 'He seemed in a dream as he recounted the trips that he had taken to the Inca ruins in Peru, to Nepal, hidden in the Himalayas, the Pharaonic ruins in Egypt and the safaris in East Africa.'
  9. 'From safaris to ski tours to revegetation projects, Sierra Club Outings has a trip for you.'
  10. 'Beneath the trees, the vegetation is sparse - an ideal habitat for walking safaris.'


noun, plural safaris.

1. a journey or expedition, for hunting, exploration, or investigation, especially in eastern Africa.

2. the hunters, guides, vehicles, equipment, etc., forming such an expedition.

3. any long or adventurous journey or expedition. verb (used without object), safaried, safariing.

4. to go on a safari.


Examples:

"There can be safari suits."
"There can be safari vehicles."
"There can be safari trips."
"There can be safari jackets."
"There can be safari buses."
"There can be safari holidays."
"There can be safari trucks."
"There can be safari tours."
"There can be safari photos."
"There can be safari people."
"There can be safari outfits."
"There can be safari leaders."
"There can be safari killers."
"There can be safari hunts."
"There can be safari goodses."
"There can be safari cuts."
"There can be safari costumes."
"There can be safari cars."
"There can be safari boots."
"safaris can be with people."
"safaris can take people above games."
"safaris can park wilds in people."
"safaris can take in lights."
"safaris can take above games."
"safaris can park in people."

Origin:
Late 19th century: from Kiswahili, from Arabic safara ‘to travel’.

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