Definition for visit

noun as in social call upon another

verb as in bother, haunt

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“Time Capsule” walks users through a linear experience with between 45 and 60 minutes of content, but it sounds like it’s also designed to support further exploration and additional visits.

A visit to Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park is just 23 miles west.

The agency has since extended its agreement with contractor Allied Universal through the end 2021 to allow MTS’s new security director to play a greater role in the process, and to conduct visits now complicated by coronavirus restrictions.

Bregman said that visits with his brother in their younger years meant tagging along with him to medical emergencies.

Only companies that understand what makes a customer satisfied will be the ones able to implement an effective customer experience strategy that will make the visit worth repeating.

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You will have your beloved father back sooner than you think, and you can visit and communicate with him all the while.

He hasn't bothered to visit Iguala, the place where the students were abducted and killed.

From his purview, our visit and interest had brought excitement to him and his peers.

On May 9, which Moscow commemorates as World War II “Victory Day,” Klaus paid a highly visible visit to the Russian Embassy.

Both Prados have enough magic that, after you visit them, the whole world feels like their gift shop for a few hours.

When the women came, he was preparing to go to the west side for his daily visit with Mrs. Pruitt.

M'Bongo, the great chief of this neighbourhood, paid a ceremonial visit to my husband.

Levee: a ceremonious visit received by a distinguished person in the morning.

I really ought to visit my California estates, and I have always wanted to see that part of America.

In the spring of 1868 he was taken by his mother for a visit to England, and there, in the same year, his sister was born.


On this page you'll find 117 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to visit, such as: appointment, call, holiday, interview, stay, and stop.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.