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    Synonyms and Definitions

    Use "sight" in a sentence

    sight example sentences

    sight


    sighted


    sights


    sighting


    1. · Ability to realise that food choice and intake is controlled by external cues such as sight, smell etc


    2. There were no sails in sight but those of a few trawlers slogging their way home


    3. •Out of Sight Mole Trap is a scissors jaw and spring type of trap that has been in use for a long time and kills em fast


    4. thee, that I may find grace in thy sight: and consider that


    5. When Gordon's Lamp left Earth, any vessel such as his would have been impounded on sight, at least in North America


    6. Deut: 4:6: Keep therefore and do them; for this is your wisdom and your understanding in the sight of the nations,


    7. Red smiled; it was a frightening sight


    8. Once she caught her breath she found some tiny sticks more by feel than sight


    9. There was no one in sight; whoever was there before was gone now


    10. Soldiers were destroying everything in sight to find the Super Chip


















































































    1. By far sighted me with a sweet look, hoping


    2. Even if they were sighted, the villagers would think that they were


    3. She locked in on that, saw where that must have gone, made sure there was nothing else in the area, and drew an arrow sighted toward that area


    4. One of their fellow students was placed in the tower of the school to alert them when the riders were sighted


    5. A little less than 30 minutes later Rah sighted the lone scout


    6. Or by wondering how far sound went and how far the sky goes, or if animals ever get headaches if they're short sighted


    7. But there was no sign of the authorities and now the Cyclops took its time on the horizon half hidden by the glare - the predator had sighted its quarry


    8. hearing and a little short sighted


    9. ” They sighted along their mother's arm and they began the steady push and pull on the tandem oars, always keeping the craft headed for the two boulders


    10. ” Going backwards they veered this way and that at first, until like they did when piloting the boat, they sighted above the deck in the direction aligned with their destination and gradually began to maintain straighter lines once more


















































































    1. Once out of the shower, Robbie helped me to towel off and then dress while the other guard kept me carefully in his sights


    2. I realise Athens too has its unfair share of insidious tourist traps just like Cornwall and no doubt the traffic is nightmare and yes, it's a sprawling jumble of concrete and marble, of ancient and modern, of the implausible and the miraculous, but then they say Athens teems with spectacular sights, superb cafes, and much more that you just won't find in any modern city


    3. 'Yes, but with girls not men,' I laughed hoping to hide my embarrassment and shut him out but he had me in his sights


    4. His First, Matai is his name correct; he is the one you should have your sights on


    5. The executions are carried out in the most remote sacred sights, in full sight of the Goddess and with prayer for a sign that what we do is wrong


    6. During that time Brent was amazed at the sights that past them; untold worlds that he


    7. Once it was over Ava told Jorma she really wished he’d leave her back on the boat with a full jug of lantern fuel, a full jug of yaag and a nice thick book while he went and saw the sights


    8. He can feel men he calls friends, men who he would normally rely on, men accustomed to the sights and sounds of mean lives, momentarily falling apart


    9. “I made a few inconspicuous inquiries, as we toured the sights


    10. The train trip of course and its accommodations, Omaha and Chicago stations, the business meetings and the food, the people, the buildings, the shops, stores and sights, all these they read in turn as they leafed through the first series


















































































    1. A sighting in a Spanish port and a copy of a ship's register, the Valentin, bound for Bideford, some days ago


    2. The Godfrey twins claimed the third sighting


    3. I immediately pulled off the interstate to investigate since this was not a normal sighting


    4. This was a perfect spot out of the weather and any possible sighting from the air


    5. The chase by the Security patrol had jolted him, making him realize that he was now a fugitive or would be as soon as they reported their sighting and chase of him


    6. That patrol would have certainly reported a sighting at the entrance of Morgan Creek


    7. this first sighting, but it got them prepared to move even quicker at the next sighting


    8. On this first sighting, a vertical sketch was recorded in the ship’s logbook


    9. I remember my first sighting of a Himalayan cat


    10. Shakespeare reminds that the sighting of one of them does not a summer make


















































































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    Synonyms for "sight"

    sight survey view ken vision visual modality visual sense batch deal flock good deal great deal hatful heap lot mass mess mickle mint mountain muckle passel peck pile plenty pot quite a little raft slew spate stack tidy sum wad spy eyesight perception seeing inspection scene spectacle display show eyesore

    "sight" definitions

    an instance of visual perception


    anything that is seen


    the ability to see; the visual faculty


    a range of mental vision


    the range of vision


    the act of looking or seeing or observing


    (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent


    catch sight of; to perceive with the eyes


    take aim by looking through the sights of a gun (or other device)