touristic

touristic

[too-ris-tik]
adjective
of, pertaining to, or typical of tourists or tourism: She embarked on her itinerary with high touristic fervor.
Also, touristical.


Origin:
1840–50; tourist + -ic

touristically, adverb
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tourist (ˈtʊərɪst)
 
n
1.  a.  a person who travels for pleasure, usually sightseeing and staying in hotels
 b.  (as modifier): tourist attractions
2.  a person on an excursion or sightseeing tour
3.  a person travelling abroad as a member of a sports team that is playing a series of usually international matches
4.  Also called: tourist class the lowest class of accommodation on a passenger ship
 
adj
5.  of or relating to tourist accommodation
 
tour'istic
 
adj

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touristic

adj. Having the quality of a tourist. Often used as a pejorative, as in `losing touristic scum'. Often spelled `turistic' or `turistik', so that phrase might be more properly rendered `lusing turistic scum'.
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