sighting

[ UK /sˈa‍ɪtɪŋ/ ]
[ US /ˈsaɪtɪŋ/ ]
NOUN
  1. the act of observing
    several sightings of enemy troops were reported
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How To Use sighting In A Sentence

  • Roughly a third of the way up the fence is a guard rail - again in orange - which provides a sighting line for the jockeys. Times, Sunday Times
  • The whale calf is thought to have become separated from its mother in the lower Thames, where the sighting of another, larger bottlenose whale was reported.
  • With the rollout of Jews and Baseball: An American Love Story, continuing through the end of November (click here for screening locator), a classical music sighting is made that the famous 18th century philosopher Moses Mendelssohn would have been proud of. Laurence Vittes: Classical Music Media Sighting: Felix Mendelssohn Introduces Interview With Sandy Koufax
  • But the most exciting sighting was a pod of pilot whales. The Sun
  • Grimm leveled his confiscated weapon at the blue-clad human, sighting down its length.
  • several sightings of enemy troops were reported
  • The gunner virtually always sees the target directly through the gunsight or other sighting devices.
  • This is the first sighting of this particularly rare bird in this country.
  • Yet stories can coil around our snake sightings. The Times Literary Supplement
  • Wildlife official are celebrating the sighting of a beaver in the Detroit River for the first time in at least 75 years, signaling that efforts to clean up the waterway are paying off.
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