Need another word that means the same as “visitor”? Find 13 synonyms and 30 related words for “visitor” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Visitor” are: visitant, guest, caller, tourist, traveller, day tripper, sightseer, globetrotter, backpacker, voyager, tourer, explorer, pilgrim
Visitor as a Noun
Definitions of "Visitor" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “visitor” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- A person with the right or duty of occasionally inspecting and reporting on a college or other academic institution.
- Someone who visits.
- A person visiting someone or somewhere, especially socially or as a tourist.
- A member of a sports team on tour or playing away from home.
- A migratory bird present in a locality for only part of the year.
Synonyms of "Visitor" as a noun (13 Words)
|backpacker||A person who travels or hikes carrying their belongings in a rucksack.|
A backpacker hotel in Melbourne.
|caller||A person who calls out numbers in a game of bingo or directions in a dance.|
The bailiff was a frequent caller.
|day tripper||An era of existence or influence.|
|explorer||Someone who travels into little known regions (especially for some scientific purpose.|
A polar explorer.
|globetrotter||Someone who travels widely and often.|
|guest||A person staying at a hotel or guest house.|
The guest list.
|pilgrim||A member of the Pilgrim Fathers.|
Thousands of pilgrims converged in Memphis for the 16th anniversary of Presley s death.
|sightseer||A person who goes sightseeing.|
Hordes of sightseers.
|tourer||Large open car seating four with folding top.|
They enjoy caravanning in their tourer.
|tourist||Someone who travels for pleasure.|
Worcestershire have beaten the tourists with five wickets to spare.
|traveller||A person who changes location.|
Thousands of air travellers were left stranded.
In the poem the angels of death appeared as spectral visitants.
|voyager||A journey to some distant place.|
Usage Examples of "Visitor" as a noun
- She's a frequent visitor to London.
- I'm expecting visitors later this evening.
- The red-necked grebe is a regular winter visitor.
- The visitors came back into the game with two penalty goals.
Associations of "Visitor" (30 Words)
|attendee||A person who attends a conference or other gathering.|
|cave||Explore natural caves.|
The narrow gorge contains a series of prehistoric caves.
|customer||Someone who pays for goods or services.|
He s a tough customer.
|encroach||Advance beyond the usual limit.|
Rather than encroach on his privacy she might have kept to her room.
|exhibitor||A person who displays works of art or other items of interest at an exhibition.|
The trade fair attracted 89 exhibitors and 37 000 visitors.
Her fingers explored his hair.
|guest||A person staying at a hotel or guest house.|
A guest speaker.
|hotel||An establishment providing accommodation, meals, and other services for travellers and tourists.|
A group of four friends had gone to have dinner at a roadside hotel.
|interject||Say (something) abruptly, especially as an aside or interruption.|
She interjected the odd question here and there.
|interloper||A person who becomes involved in a place or situation where they are not wanted or are considered not to belong.|
Japanese consumers have in the past been unreceptive to foreign interlopers in the cell phone market.
|intrude||Enter unlawfully on someone’s property.|
They intruded on our dinner party.
|intruder||Someone who intrudes on the privacy or property of another without permission.|
The intruder had pulled out drawers and dumped their contents on the floor.
|intrusion||The forcing of molten rock into fissures or between strata of an earlier rock formation.|
Unacceptable intrusions of privacy.
|invade||(of an armed force) enter (a country or region) so as to subjugate or occupy it.|
He felt his privacy was being invaded.
|lodging||The act of lodging.|
He was looking for lodgings and a job.
|oppressor||A person of authority who subjects others to undue pressures.|
They overthrew their colonial oppressors.
|passport||Any authorization to pass or go somewhere.|
A British citizen with a valid passport does not need a visa to visit the US.
|resident||Living somewhere on a long-term basis.|
Arctic residents are joined annually by long distance migrants.
|resort||The action of resorting to a course of action in a difficult situation.|
An appeal to his uncle was his last resort.
|robber||A person who commits robbery.|
|spelunker||A person who explores caves.|
|tour||Take a performer production etc on tour.|
A tour of duty in Northern Ireland.
|tourist||Travel as a tourist.|
The pyramids have drawn tourists to Egypt.
|trespass||Break the law.|
A mass trespass on the moor.
|trespasser||A person entering someone’s land or property without permission.|
A trespasser on his land.
|usurpation||Wrongfully seizing and holding (an office or powers) by force (especially the seizure of a throne or supreme authority.|
A succession of generals who ruled by usurpation.
|violate||Violate the sacred character of a place or language.|
This sentence violates the rules of syntax.
|violator||Someone who assaults others sexually.|
A major crackdown on violators of immigration regulations.
|visa||Provide a passport with a visa.|
US visa restrictions.
|visit||Pay a brief visit.|
He scheduled a visit to the dentist.