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vistaed

[ vis-tuhd ]
/ ˈvɪs təd /
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adjective
possessing or forming a vista or vistas.
viewed in or as in a mental vista.
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Origin of vistaed

First recorded in 1825–35; vista + -ed3

OTHER WORDS FROM vistaed

un·vis·taed, adjective
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How to use vistaed in a sentence

  • Through the large windows where once the Khedive held high court, the sunshine blazed upon vistaed leagues of Desert.

    Four Weird Tales|Algernon Blackwood
  • They were approaching the Georgstrasse with its long-vistaed width and its shops and cafes and pedestrians.

    Pointed Roofs|Dorothy Richardson
  • For the first time she cast a look of dread into the vistaed shadows of the fir trees.

    Hoof and Claw|Charles G. D. Roberts
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