sightsee

[ US /ˈsaɪtˈsi/ ]
VERB
  1. visit famous or interesting sights
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How To Use sightsee In A Sentence

  • We take a sightseeing boat trip around the bay and get a glimpse of the smart new opera house which looks exactly like two durians - a very distinctive local fruit that tastes great but has a repellant smell.
  • You can easily combine your sport with a winter-sun holiday full of sightseeing and safaris.
  • He was not remotely interested in conventional sightseeing or culture. Times, Sunday Times
  • Sightseers had come from all over the country, apparently, despite the inclement weather, to see the site of the atrocities. SACRAMENT
  • We packed a lot of sightseeing into our weekend in New York.
  • Culture vultures looking for more sightseeing than shopping. The Sun
  • She'd been on everybody's back most of the week, getting a feel for her New York companies and finishing up with dinner with Eric last night-which, while fun, could not by any stretch of the imagination be called restful-and today Ria was looking forward to a leisurely day of shopping and sightseeing. Beyond World's End
  • Vehicle types produced included broughams, Victorias, hansoms, landaulets, and commercial vehicles include trucks and sightseeing buses.
  • WHETHER it is after a day of sightseeing or the slog from work, give your feet a boost with a refreshing spray. The Sun
  • Is there a sightseeing bus tour?
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