re- + travel
retravel (third-person singular simple present retravels, present participle retraveling or retravelling, simple past and past participle retraveled or retravelled)
- To travel again.
2007 January 25, Alessandra Stanley, “A Culture of Faith, Devoted Yet Complex”, in New York Times:
The French writer Bernard-Henri Lévy took a more self-serious tour of evangelical Christianity when he retraveled the road taken by Alexis de Tocqueville in his study of the modern American psyche, “American Vertigo.”