from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To tour sights of interest.
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- v. To go sightseeing, to visit places of interest in a city, town or geographical area.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. visit famous or interesting sights
Do you want to just fish, or also do other things, such as sightsee?
She got to sightsee and ride her bike, and it was all paid for.
While Obama's using taxpayer money to sightsee around the globe, his policies leave America bankrupt, increase unemployment, do nothing to contain global warming, do nothing for energy indepence, and do nothing for health care.
She thinks it's a nice place to sightsee and shop.
Now canoes have their place but if you plan to hunt, fish, camp, sightsee, photography, take kids out, or just let you wife sunbathe in the front while you fish then my longboat takes the cake.
A lot of folks are out to sightsee, says Melissa Withers, a spokeswoman for the city.
In addition to golf outings with adidas Golf's PGA, European and Asian tour professionals, the finalists will sightsee and experience various cultures.
But along the way, I've got a little time to sightsee and visit.
The story revolves around a young Japanese woman (Atsuko Okatsuka) who is on a California road trip with her brother (Rintaro Sawamoto); she decides to hang around the town of Littlerock while her brother goes off to sightsee, and in doing so strikes up unconventional friendships with a few of the townspeople.
The men had said on visa applications they were traveling to Karachi for a friend's wedding with plans to sightsee in Lahore and Sargodha.
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