Definition of visitors' book in English:

visitors' book

Line breaks: vis|it¦ors' book


chiefly British
  • A book in which visitors to a public building write their names and addresses, and sometimes remarks.
    More example sentences
    • ‘Scottish people deserve more,’ one wrote in the visitors' book at the Holyrood building site.
    • One lady from Northern Ireland wrote in the visitors' book that her visit had been ‘the most inspirational two hours of her 67 years on the planet’.
    • They may inscribe their presence on the site by having their picture taken there, writing their name in the visitors' book or carving it on a rock, leaving an offering of flowers or creating a small cairn or shrine.

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