sighted

[ US /ˈsaɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /sˈa‍ɪtɪd/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. able to see
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How To Use sighted In A Sentence

  • On the evening of 24 May 1941, British lieutenant commander Malcolm Wanklyn, in command of the submarine Upholder, sighted an enemy troop convoy strongly escorted by destroyers off Sicily.
  • And so we found an association between this opacity at the back of the lens and short-sightedness, or myopia.
  • She said two of the remaining three, unsighted threatened species had not been spotted since 1965 while the other had gone undetected since 1891.
  • The scientists suggest that the optic nerve in short-sighted users might be more sensitive to ‘computer stress’.
  • Here's John Adams on Thomas Paine's famous 1776 pamphlet "Common Sense": "What a poor, ignorant, malicious, short-sighted, crapulous mass. William Hogeland: How John Adams and Thomas Paine Clashed Over Economic Equality
  • It is surprising that so sharp-sighted a historian of architecture would neglect to mention the role of screens as monumental platforms.
  • From the very beginning of the automobile age, industry analysts, following the lead of farsighted engineers, issued warnings about the reliance on a nonrenewable fuel source.
  • It seems fans can't get enough of this overweight, near-sighted, lovable lunk who fights zombies from inside his favorite pub.
  • Even while he was missing, those uncertain hours of anxious speculation and dismal journalism, she had assumed Maxwell would be found boomingly alive, having spent the whole time enjoying the amorous advances of a short-sighted minke whale. Country of the Blind
  • A near - sighted person cannot focus accurately on distant objects.
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