Definition of Touristry

1. Noun. The business of providing services to tourists. "Tourism is a major business in Bermuda"

Exact synonyms: Tourism
Specialized synonyms: Ecotourism
Generic synonyms: Business, Business Enterprise, Commercial Enterprise
Derivative terms: Tourist



Definition of Touristry

1. Noun. tourist industry ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Touristry Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Touristry

tourist trap
tourist traps
tourist visa
tourist visas
tourista
touristas
touristed
touristic
touristically
touristification
touristified
touristifies
touristify
touristifying
touristlike
touristry (current term)
tourists
touristscape
touristscapes
touristy
tourmaline
tourmalines
tourmate
tourmates
tourn
tournament
tournaments
tournedos
tourneries
tournery

Literary usage of Touristry

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Bookman (1911)
"Now and again I heard the sound of an axe from the depth of the wood, but in the road 1 was solitary, for this is not the highway touristry. ..."

2. The Amateur Emigrant: The Silverado Squatters by Robert Louis Stevenson (1905)
"It was a pure little isle of touristry among these solitary hills. The proprietor was a brave old white-faced Swede. He had wandered this way, Heaven knows ..."

3. Certain Delightful English Towns: With Glimpses of the Pleasant Country Between by William Dean Howells (1906)
"... but the present must keep itself locked against the average touristry to which the past is open. Afterwards we visited the famous city again and again ..."

4. Certain Delightful English Towns: With Glimpses of the Pleasant Country Between by William Dean Howells (1906)
"There looked charming houses here and there in the quiet streets and places, but the present must keep itself locked against the average touristry to which ..."

5. An Inland Voyage, and Travels with a Donkey by Robert Louis Stevenson (1922)
"Under these safeguards, portly clergymen, school-mistresses, gentlemen in grey tweed suits, and all the ruck and rabble of British touristry pour unhindered ..."

6. The Magazine of History with Notes and Queries (1908)
"No town should ever be made a mere " show place," devoted to the pettier kinds of touristry and dilettante antiquarian delight. But Quebec has room to set ..."

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