Definition of visitations:
Usage examples of visitations:
- "The Lilac Sunbonnet", S.R. Crockett.
In this, as in all things, it behoves the Christian to live in a humble and grateful sense of his continual dependence upon the Almighty: not to rest in a presumptuous confidence upon the improved state of human knowledge, or the altered course of natural visitations.- "Colloquies on Society", Robert Southey.
It was the good man's habit, when on his parochial visitations, to 'make' Redford at meal times, or at bed- time, whenever distances allowed; he called it, most appropriately, his second home, and walked into the house as if it really belonged to him two or three times a week.- "Sisters", Ada Cambridge.