vistaed

vistaed

[vis-tuhd]
adjective
1.
possessing or forming a vista or vistas.
2.
viewed in or as in a mental vista.

Origin:
1825–35; vista + -ed3

unvistaed, adjective
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vista (ˈvɪstə)
 
n
1.  a view, esp through a long narrow avenue of trees, buildings, etc, or such a passage or avenue itself; prospect: a vista of arches
2.  a comprehensive mental view of a distant time or a lengthy series of events: the vista of the future
 
[C17: from Italian: a view, from vedere to see, from Latin vidēre]
 
'vistaed
 
adj
 
'vistaless
 
adj

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