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visibility the state or fact of being visible. [2 definitions]
visible able to be seen; perceptible through sight. [2 definitions]
Visigoth a member of the western division of the Goths, who invaded the Roman Empire in the fourth century and established a kingdom in France and Spain. (Cf. Ostrogoth.)
vision the ability to perceive through sight. [6 definitions]
visionary characterized by whimsical notions or impractical plans. [7 definitions]
visionless combined form of vision.
visit to go or come to see (someone or some place). [9 definitions]
visitable combined form of visit.
visitant one who makes a visit. [3 definitions]
visitation the act of visiting. [5 definitions]
visiting fireman (informal) an important or influential person who is given a special welcome and entertained lavishly when visiting a city, organization, or the like. [2 definitions]
visitor one who makes a visit.
visor the protective brim projecting from the front of a cap or other headgear. [4 definitions]
visorless combined form of visor.
VISTA abbreviation of "Volunteers in Service to America."
vista a view or scene, esp. as beheld through a framelike opening, as between buildings or borders of trees. [2 definitions]
visual pertaining to sight or seeing. [5 definitions]
visual aids instructional materials, such as films, slides, and models, that involve chiefly the sense of sight and are used in teaching, lecturing, or the like.
visual binary a binary star composed of two parts that can be seen through an ordinary telescope, or, though rarely, by the naked eye.
visualize to create a mental picture or image. [2 definitions]
visually in a manner pertaining to sight or visual images. [2 definitions]