[ UK /sˈa‍ɪts/ ]
[ US /ˈsaɪts/ ]
  1. an optical instrument for aiding the eye in aiming, as on a firearm or surveying instrument
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How To Use sights In A Sentence

  • A number of researchers offer insights on supportive classroom environments and the use of technology in peer learning.
  • We take a sightseeing boat trip around the bay and get a glimpse of the smart new opera house which looks exactly like two durians - a very distinctive local fruit that tastes great but has a repellant smell.
  • Having designed many elements in the hotel, from the bedside lamps to the banquette sofas, he has now set his sights on a much bigger challenge.
  • The many cases of sidewise technological competition that have occurred in the business world can also be mined for insights.
  • The rear sights are dovetailed to allow for windage adjustments.
  • Why the company didn't drill and tap the new model for both standard receiver and tang sights, defeats me.
  • You can easily combine your sport with a winter-sun holiday full of sightseeing and safaris.
  • These would need to be based upon deeper and deeper insights into the nature of the mathematics involved.
  • Sights like this, a whale beached off Cairns, found with six square metres of plastic in its body cavity, have caused outrage at the killing capacity of the plastic bag.
  • He was not remotely interested in conventional sightseeing or culture. Times, Sunday Times
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