dim-sighted

ADJECTIVE
  1. having greatly reduced vision
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  • By reason of which infirmity he was not able so distinctly and clearly to discern the points and blots of the dice as formerly he had been accustomed to do; whence it might very well have happened, said he, as old dim-sighted Isaac took Jacob for Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel
  • Talmudists speak much, and hyperbolically enough: which nevertheless they confess to be turned long since into miserable barrenness; but are dim-sighted as to the true cause of it. From the Talmud and Hebraica
  • But I need not have used all that caution, for the old gentleman was grown dim-sighted by some distemper which had fallen upon his eyes, and could but just see well enough to walk about, and not run against a tree or into a ditch. Moll Flanders
  • It is dim-sighted in the day-time, but sees well enough by night. The History of Animals
  • Dim-witted, dim-sighted, or maybe just very smart, she thought. For Love of Mother-Not
  • The hybris, said by some to be the same as the eagle-owl, is never seen by daylight, as it is dim-sighted, but during the night it hunts like the eagle; it will fight the eagle with such desperation that the two combatants are often captured alive by shepherds; it lays two eggs, and, like others we have mentioned, it builds on rocks and in caverns. The History of Animals
  • Yefrem, nicknamed the Mole, a little, bent man with a sharp nose and dim-sighted eyes. The Inn
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