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WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. the business of providing services to tourists; "Tourism is a major business in Bermuda" [syn: touristry ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
The Tourism is a functional constituency in the elections for the Legislative Council of Hong Kong first created in 1998. The constituency is composed of the members of the associations in the tourist industry .

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES health tourism sex tourism COLLOCATIONS FROM CORPUS ■ ADJECTIVE international ▪ One high priority is creating an international hospitality and tourism firm. mass ▪ Our resort areas are typical, but away from mass tourism ...

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1811, from tour (n.) + -ism .

Usage examples of tourism.

Tourism had taken over during the Affluence, but the Chaos had revived the classical way of life.

During the times when the Bay was stingy, tourism kept the town alive.

It was described in the pamphlets Kevin had forwarded to him, from the Veridian Department of Tourism.

No apple wholesaler or grocery chain VIP or apple lobbyist or state tourism official would ever sit at my table thinking the McGillens of Chocinaw County had not returned to their former glory, or that I was an unsophisticated Daisy Mae with a few apples to sell.

The extra time would allow Bedford to invest in and attract new industries like tourism.

The intersection of Dauphine and Bienville still retained some of the character of the French Quarter Doodlebug remembered from his childhood, decades before most of the Quarter metamorphosed into a tarted-up tourism gold mine.

But by the time I graduated law school, the oil industry was collapsing, leaving Natchez to survive on the revenues of tourism and federal welfare money.

Whereas Paloduro was the most beautiful of the four planets, the center for tourism and the residential center of the system, another world, Dinero Grande, was the administrative and business center.

We should be delighted that our tourism promoters finally are taking a responsible approach.

Home banking, private newspapers, subscriptions to cultural events, tourism packages and airline tickets - are all candidates for Net-Trading.

In addition, worldwide recession had been depressing hard-currency earnings of Algerian tourism and petroleum exports, which magnified the economic crisis and increased unemployment.

Like his famous ancestor, Kenny never looked back, intrepid scout that he was, broaching the frontier of automotive tourism.

Tourism had sustained this part of the coast thirty years ago, but rising fuel prices and a falling birth rate had changed all that.

A few months ago I informed the Andorran Ministry of Tourism as well as the Ministry of Culture, through the Director of Tourism, Sergi Nadal, that I needed a copy of the documentaries that I made about Andorra (17) for my personal files, in VHS.

Many picturesque, outback villages got their first taste of tourism not from families driving Fords or Chevrolets, but from clusters of boozing "city boys" on motorcycles.