visitation

[ viz-i-tey-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF visitation

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR VISITATION

It seems just like a visitation of divine wrath the way things happen.

I hope that this visitation has come just in time to save us.

He could not any longer put away the solemn duty of visitation.

Remember this in the days of visitation, and follow Christ, no matter where He leads.

These are surely the days of visitation for the pride of Edom.

And yet what security is afforded by a present abatement of the visitation?

The Bishop told me he supposed he should have to make a visitation through it.

He was mostly passive, like an Æolian harp, under the visitation.

It was a long time before I could bring myself to believe in this—this visitation.

Instead of rivets there came an invasion, an infliction, a visitation.

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