touristry

noun tour·ist·ry \ ˈtu̇rə̇strē \

Definition of touristry

plural -es
:the fact or practice of touring; also :the whole body of tourists
  • all the ruck and rabble of British touristry pour unhindered
  • —R. L. Stevenson

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Origin and Etymology of touristry

1tourist + -ry


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