verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
Origin of visit
Examples from the Web for unvisited
Historical Examples of unvisited
Their country being so isolated and unvisited they were surly and independent.A Canyon Voyage
Frederick S. Dellenbaugh
Past that flight of milk-white pigeons were black walls as yet unvisited.Fraternity
The object of the expedition was the survey of the regions which had hitherto been unvisited.Celebrated Travels and Travellers
He said that nearly a year had elapsed since we had quitted Switzerland, and France was yet unvisited.Frankenstein
For one hundred and sixty-eight years the land was unvisited.The Little Lady of Lagunitas
Richard Henry Savage
verb -its, -iting or -ited
Word Origin for visit
1620s, from visit (v.).
early 13c., "come to (a person) to comfort or benefit," from Old French visiter, from Latin visitare "to go to see, come to inspect," frequentative of visere "behold, visit" (a person or place), from past participle stem of videre "to see, notice, observe" (see vision). Originally of the deity, later of pastors and doctors (c.1300), general sense of "pay a call" is from 1620s. Meaning "come upon, afflict" (in reference to sickness, punishment, etc.) is recorded from mid-14c. Related: Visited; visiting.
see pay a call (visit).