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  • n. Plural form of visitant.

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Examples

  • With innocence and contemplation joined, "were held in the highest and most intimate appreciation; while many of the numerous titled visitants who attended the celebrated and magnificent Granby hunt were of too convivial notoriety to be often admitted within the social home-society of either Castle Granby or

    Thaddeus of Warsaw

  • La Biblioteca tindrà 31. 000m2, amb una capacitat per a rebre més de 10.000 visitants; estarà situada entre dos edificis històrics: el Birgminham Repertory Theatre, dels anys 70; i la Baskerville House, dels anys 30.

    Mecanoo Architecten dissenyaran la nova Biblioteca de Birmingham | [bauen]

  • As our Glendearg did not abound in mortal visitants, superstition, that it might not be absolutely destitute of inhabitants, had peopled its recesses with beings belonging to another world.

    The Monastery

  • Spirituality quand j'étais très jeune et allant à l'école, j'ai eu cette habitude très étrange du mien des temples et des églises visitants.

    Spirituality Summary

  • Crowds of women came to pay him their homage and took a particular satisfaction in bathing his posteriors, which he lashed every day with several smart strokes of discipline; doubtless it was to one of the most devout of these visitants that I owe my being.

    Candide

  • So soon as she was quiet in this new position, she began again to sing in the same low and modulated strains, as if she was recovering the state of abstraction which the interruption of her visitants had disturbed.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • Yet, for all that we had not been troubled, we had more than once discovered strange things in the water swimming near to the vessel; but a flare of weed, hung over the side, on the end of a reed, had sufficed always to scare away such unholy visitants.

    The Boats of the 'Glen Carrig'

  • Lockhart, of Pictet, of the Ticknors, of the many visitants who had come up in turn; whether it is the year 14, or the year 94, the hospitable doors open kindly to admit them.

    Castle Rackrent

  • Something was certainly afoot here on this meager homestead, though he was not quite ready to attribute it to the presence of alien visitants from the sky.

    Running from the Deity

  • Somethingwas certainly afoot here on this meager homestead, though he was not quite ready to attribute it to the presence of alien visitants from the sky.

    Running From The Deity

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