Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Possessing or forming a vista or vistas.

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Examples

  • And he comes in like Hamlet's father or something like that, a spirit from the vistaed heat and asked me what I'm doing and I tell him I'm doing this, and he says that's great.

    The Great Universal Embrace, Arms Summitry -- A Skeptics Account

  • Other lanterns at intervals serve but to bring out somewhat the obscurer bays which, like small confessionals or side-chapels in a cathedral, branch from the long dim-vistaed broad aisle between the two batteries of that covered tier.

    Billy Budd

  • As one enters Via Garibaldi from Piazza Marose down the vistaed street where a precious strip of the blue sky seems more lovely for the shadowy way, the first house on the right is Palazzo Cambiaso, built by Alessi, while on the left, No. 2, is Palazzo Gambaro, which belonged to the

    Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa With Sixteen Illustrations In Colour By William Parkinson And Sixteen Other Illustrations, Second Edition

  • There stands on the bank and there lies in the flood a tree of beaten gold, gently moving against the sky, gently quivering in the water, flinging largess of its yellow money into the vistaed gold of its reflection.

    The Spring of Joy: A Little Book of Healing

  • Through the large windows where once the Khedive held high court, the sunshine blazed upon vistaed leagues of Desert.

    Four Weird Tales

  • The roll that he saw was fluid, and even as he looked, it transformed itself into the salt sea wind-ruffled, and flowed on into sunny, flower-vistaed landscapes, and into great sounding cities of delight.

    Morganson's Finish

  • In this order they reached the wide waste that ruin and devastation left within the gates, and, marshalled in long lines on either side, extending far down the vistaed streets, and leaving a broad space in the centre, awaited the order of their leader.

    Rienzi, Last of the Roman Tribunes

  • I did not pass through the lane which led direct to Abbots 'House (for that old building stood solitary amidst its grounds a little apart from the spacious platform on which the society of the Hill was concentrated), but up the broad causeway, with vistaed gaslamps; the gayer shops still-unclosed, the tide of busy life only slowly ebbing from the still-animated street, on to a square, in which the four main thoroughfares of the city converged, and which formed the boundary of

    A Strange Story — Complete

  • (for that old building stood solitary amidst its grounds a little apart from the spacious platform on which the society of the Hill was concentrated), but up the broad causeway, with vistaed gaslamps; the gayer shops still-unclosed, the tide of busy life only slowly ebbing from the still-animated street, on to a square, in which the four main thoroughfares of the city converged, and which formed the boundary of Low

    A Strange Story — Volume 01

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