Antonyms for re-visited

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It was whilst he was thus engaged that Thomas Loe re-visited Cork.

When I re-visited the house on the 17th, the Marquis of Londonderry had the floor.

I re-visited the nest a few days afterward and found an egg again cast out, but none had been put in its place.

As it was, I was in chains in the slums of Wapping, and re-visited the glimpses of Piccadilly once a week.

He found Cypripeds beyond counting and noted certain spots to be re-visited.

The Indians had re-visited it, and removed every thing of value, and what gave us great satisfaction, their child.

After an absence of more than twenty-seven years, he re-visited Paris in the beginning of 1778.

We re-visited Paris, but spent most of our three weeks in a tour through Belgium, finishing up at Brussels.

And, in his sleep, the past came back more vividly than it had ever re-visited him in his waking hours.

The country, once seen, held out abundant inducements to be re-visited, and better known.