From Alec “The Bloviator” Baldwin to “portly pepperpot” Monica Lewinsky, revisit his chief rogue targets.
We do not need to revisit the clammy atelier of science class.
Mercury retrograde inspires you to revisit ignored destiny callings that still silently echo in your psyche.
With the passing of film legend Lauren Bacall, let us revisit one of the greatest love affairs in the history of cinema.
I never give myself a hard time about buying cookbooks because unlike other books I revisit most of them over and over again.
Mr Ware, whom my father had not seen since the death of the good old gentleman, came down now to revisit his paternal seat.
It is only by the intervention of a miracle that we can ever revisit the dear, lamented fields of Clwyd.
I did not disturb them, but I did revisit their territory again and again.
It afforded him intense delight to revisit Clare and Galway.
Through the four years since he had left his childhood's home, Gaston had felt small wish to revisit it.
early 13c., "come to (a person) to comfort or benefit," from Old French visiter, from Latin visitare "to go to see, come to inspect," frequentative of visere "behold, visit" (a person or place), from past participle stem of videre "to see, notice, observe" (see vision). Originally of the deity, later of pastors and doctors (c.1300), general sense of "pay a call" is from 1620s. Meaning "come upon, afflict" (in reference to sickness, punishment, etc.) is recorded from mid-14c. Related: Visited; visiting.
1620s, from visit (v.).