So·journ v. i. [imp. & p. p. Sojourned p. pr. & vb. n. Sojourning.] To dwell for a time; to dwell or live in a place as a temporary resident or as a stranger, not considering the place as a permanent habitation; to delay; to tarry.
Abram went down into Egypt to sojourn there. --Gen. xii. 30.
Home he goeth, he might not longer sojourn. --Chaucer.
The soldiers first assembled at Newcastle, and there sojourned three days. --Hayward.
So·journ, n. A temporary residence, as that of a traveler in a foreign land.
Though long detained
In that obscure sojourn. --Milton.
n : a temporary stay (e.g., as a guest) [syn: visit]
v : spend a certain length of time; reside temporarily