Definitions for visitable

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

vis•itˈvɪz ɪt(v.t.)

  1. to go to and stay with (a person or family) or at (a place) for a short time.

  2. to stay with as a guest.

  3. to go to for the purpose of official inspection or examination.

  4. to come upon; afflict:

    The plague visited London in 1665.

  5. to inflict, as punishment, vengeance, etc. (often fol. by on or upon).

  6. to cause trouble, suffering, etc., to:

    to visit one with sorrows.

  7. to access, as a Web site.

  8. (v.i.)to make a visit.

  9. to talk or chat casually.

  10. to inflict punishment.

  11. (n.)the act of or an instance of visiting:

    a long visit.

  12. a chat or talk.

    Category: Common Vocabulary

  13. a call paid to a person, family, etc.

  14. a stay or sojourn as a guest.

  15. an official inspection or examination.

  16. the boarding by a naval officer onto a neutral vessel to determine if it is carrying contraband.

    Category: Navy, Military

Origin of visit:

1175–1225; ME (v.) (< OF visiter) < L vīsitāre, freq. of vīsere to go to see, itself freq. of vidēre to see



  1. visitable(Adjective)

    Capable of being visited.

    Because of the dangers of crumbling masonry, the castle turrets are no longer visitable by the public.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Visitable(adj)

    liable or subject to be visited or inspected


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