the activity of travelling into the past or future; hypothetical movement through time
Time travelling: possibility or paradox.
in National Observer 17 Mar. 446/2 (heading)
I am afraid I cannot convey the peculiar sensations of time travelling. They are excessively unpleasant.
Time Machine iv. 28
1933 Astounding Stories of Super-Science Jan. 422/1
In the current issue, Mr. Raymond declares time-travelling to be impossible.
You know perfectly well that time-traveling is the bunk. I'm a bit too bright to fall for anything like that.
Time-Wise Guy in Amazing Stories May 8/1
He talked on about time traveling, and said what he had to say about mastering time.
In That Same Moment in Weird Tales 28/2
The President has accepted at face value this story of time traveling and…it seems to me there should be some further study of the matter before we commit ourselves.
Our Children's Children in Worlds of If June 63/1
What're the consequences?… What’s the downside to this time traveling of yours?
Most Important Thing in the World in Asimov’s Science Fiction Mar. 73
H. G. Wells 'The Time Machine' (first magazine appearance)
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