catch sight

  1. see something for a brief time
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How To Use catch sight In A Sentence

  • After the play had finished, we lingered for a while in the bar hoping to catch sight of the actors.
  • As we wind about the hills we catch sight of tiny hamlets perched on airy crests, recalling the castellated villages of the African Kabylia. The Roof of France
  • Peer through the door and you will catch sight of the pink-tailcoated gatekeeper. Times, Sunday Times
  • Art lovers approaching the venerable Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum's sparkling new entrance pavilion are in for a shock when they catch sight of its striking copper facade, chemically patinated to bright Statue-of-Liberty green. Lee Rosenbaum: Gardner Wander: The New, the Old, the Glass Bottleneck in Between (Video)
  • All catch sight of each other and slam down lids.
  • Literally within yards from my laboratory bench, I have had the opportunity to catch sight of the workings of nature.
  • Peer through the dusty glass and you might catch sight of the two thick yellow metal doors behind, jammed tightly shut with no obvious opening mechanism.
  • She and her colleagues spent the next 4 hours tramping around the mountain slopes trying to catch sight of a trogon actually calling.
  • If they're lucky, the couple will catch sight of the mousedeer, which is the world's smallest hoofed animal and features in local folklore.
  • After the play had finished,[Sentencedict] we lingered for a while in the bar hoping to catch sight of the actors.
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