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  • n. Plural form of sightseer.


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  • Almost none of the singing that one hears at the so-called hula performances gotten up for the delectation of sightseers is Hawaiian music of the old sort.

    Unwritten Literature of Hawaii The Sacred Songs of the Hula

  • The entire party was bubbling with that enthusiasm and eagerness felt by all "sightseers" who find themselves drawing near to this great natural marvel of America.

    Frank Merriwell's Pursuit How to Win

  • And, even though some regulars talked about the "sightseers" who stopped by because of the fame of Elaine's as a hangout for celebrities, not everyone who went there kept up with Ms.

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  • Each time Bill Gold drives over the Brooklyn Bridge, he waves at the sightseers looking at the metal plaques depicting the history of the span.

    Foundry Turns Metal Into Art

  • At 75 miles long and 35 miles wide, Great Salt Lake is the biggest natural lake in the United States after the Great Lakes, and is used by wildlife, industry, swimmers, boaters, bikers, hikers, hunters and sightseers.

    Birders, boaters fret over shrinking Great Salt Lake

  • By the end of the performance, three more large carp had been brought up from the lake and sold to sightseers in nearby boats for 50 yuan less than $8 apiece.

    China, As It Was

  • ANCHORAGE, Alaska Reuters/Yereth Rosen - Thawing permafrost is triggering mudslides onto a key road traveled by busloads of sightseers.

    Mudslides, Wildfires & Declining Wildlife Highlight Climate Change In Alaska

  • The City of Dreadful Monotony, the East End is often called, especially by well-fed, optimistic sightseers, who look over the surface of things and are merely shocked by the intolerable sameness and meanness of it all.


  • Filter trails by location, activity and difficulty, and see the topographic map and reviews of fellow sightseers.

    Take a Hike

  • The water was still overflowing hours later but Kotaska said the evacuation was specifically intended "to clear the roads of sightseers" so workers can finish building levees around the city of 350 before the crest arrives on Sunday night.

    North Dakota City Braces For Rising Floodwaters


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