Hardship vs Journey - What's the difference?

hardship | journey |


As nouns the difference between hardship and journey

is that hardship is (countable or uncountable) difficulty or trouble; hard times while journey is a set amount of travelling, seen as a single unit; a discrete trip, a voyage.

As a verb journey is

to travel, to make a trip or voyage.

hardship

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (countable or uncountable) Difficulty or trouble; hard times.
  • He has survived periods of financial hardship before.

    journey

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A set amount of travelling, seen as a single unit; a discrete trip, a voyage.
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  • (label) A day.
  • (label) A day's travelling; the distance travelled in a day.
  • (label) A day's work.
  • *:
  • *:But whan ye haue done that Iourney ye shal promyse me as ye are a true knyght for to go with me and to helpe me / and other damoysels that are distressid dayly with a fals knyghte / All your entente damoysel and desyre I wylle fulfylle / soo ye wyl brynge me vnto this knyghte
  • Hyponyms

    * See also

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • To travel, to make a trip or voyage.
  • Synonyms

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