sightseer

[ UK /sa‍ɪtsˈi‍ə/ ]
[ US /ˈsaɪtˈsiɝ, ˈsaɪtˈsiɹ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a tourist who is visiting sights of interest
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How To Use sightseer In A Sentence

  • He lined out the route for the sightseers.
  • Due to the karst topography, rocks and caves along the river have formed in strange shapes, stimulating the imagination of sightseers.
  • The slate-built village itself above the lake also has plenty to offer the sightseer.
  • Through the summer buses disgorge day trippers and sightseer's cars choke the narrow streets.
  • Anyway, why's it so important you find him, if he's only here as a sightseer ? EVERVILLE
  • More energetic sightseers can hire kayaks or canoes.
  • Being dwellers on an island which is frequented by a teeming weekend population of sightseers, they have become very used to the tourists and are quite unafraid.
  • No new visitor centers or highways were to be built, and no corporate concessionaires imported to feed and house sightseers.
  • With the influx of day-trippers, sightseers, and casual onlookers, Killala became a bustling tourist center, and the recreation of battle scenes aroused particular fascination.
  • And predictions of continued lower tourism dollars could also hurt, as an estimated 20 per cent of restaurant revenues come from wandering sightseers.
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