visitor

(redirected from Visitors)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Acronyms.

visitor

A person who accesses a website. On the Web, the terms "visitor" and "user" are synonymous. See unique visitors and visit.

What does it mean when you dream about a visitor?

Dream visitors can represent any number of new conditions, changes, or information. Of particular importance is the manner in which visitors are received: Are they welcomed and greeted, or unexpected and unwelcome?

References in classic literature ?
"We should never think of eating our visitors, if we were," declared the Scarecrow; "so please do not worry, for you will be perfectly safe while you remain in Oz."
Levin was grateful to him for his delicacy and was very glad of his visitor. As always happened with him during his solitude, a mass of ideas and feelings had been accumulating within him, which he could not communicate to those about him.
Their visitors stayed with them above half-an-hour; and when they arose to depart, Mr.
And the despondency of the next morning's dawn, when it was no longer Sunday, but Monday; and no best clothes; and the laughing visitors were gone, and she awoke alone in her old bed, the innocent younger children breathing softly around her.
It is needless to say that the first visitors of the Columbiad were the members of the Gun Club.
Here came the entrails, to be scraped and washed clean for sausage casings; men and women worked here in the midst of a sickening stench, which caused the visitors to hasten by, gasping.
Dorothy carefully stood up the line of soldiers, who first dusted their painted clothes and then saluted the visitors with their paper muskets.
I believe she receives at any time; it depends upon the visitors. The dressmaker goes in at eleven.
As a much shorter man than the visitor, Mr Flintwinch was at the physical disadvantage of being thus disagreeably leered at from a height; and as he went first down the staircase, and was usually a step or two lower than the other, this disadvantage was at the time increased.
"I will come again at that time," replied the visitor, who then retired.
He met the well-satisfied peroration of his visitor without comment.
Lecount, opening the parlo r door, and announcing the visitor's appearance with the tone and manner of a well-bred servant.