sightsee

[sahyt-see]
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verb (used with object)
  1. to go about seeing the major sights of: We had only two days to sightsee Rome.

Origin of sightsee

1825–35; back formation from sightseer or sightseeing
Related formssight·se·er, noun
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Contemporary Examples of sightsee

  • When you have a limited time in a new city, and are therefore unable to sightsee or indulge in tourism, you take what you can get.

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    January 28, 2014


British Dictionary definitions for sightsee

sightsee

verb -sees, -seeing, -saw or -seen
  1. informal to visit the famous or interesting sights of (a place)
Derived Formssightseer, noun
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