Definition of "sight-seeing" [sight•-see•ing]

  • Engaged in, or given to, seeing sights; eager for novelties or curiosities. (adjective)
  • The act of seeing sights; eagerness for novelties or curiosities. (noun)

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Use "sight-seeing" in a sentence
  • "The islands, roughly 29 miles off of Cornwall, are great for sight-seeing pretty coves and inlets."
  • "Are they repaying us for the girls 'sight-seeing tours?????"
  • "They both can earn enough money as Attorneys to afford their Daughters for sight-seeing."