tour·​ist·​ed | \ˈtu̇r-i-stəd \

Definition of touristed 

: frequented by tourists heavily touristed seaside towns

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Bonus: Hallstätt is only an hour’s drive from Salzburg and three from Vienna, making it a relatively easy day trip from Austria’s larger and more touristed cities. Krisanne Fordham, Condé Nast Traveler, "The Most Romantic Small Towns in Europe," 2 Feb. 2018 But this memorial, installed more than 30 years ago in the most touristed part of Annapolis, was dedicated to an African slave. Petula Dvorak, Washington Post, "America’s missing slave memorials: It’s time to truly acknowledge our bloody past," 28 Aug. 2017 And what better way to decompress from our fascinating yet grueling family trek through one of China’s less touristed regions than with a stay at a familiar Western holiday staple: Club Med. Kelvin Chan, The Seattle Times, "Western brand, Chinese characteristics: Club Med at Guilin," 23 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of touristed

1949, in the meaning defined above

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