[ UK /ʌnsˈa‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. unable to see
    a person is blind to the extent that he must devise alternative techniques to do efficiently those things he would do with sight if he had normal vision
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How To Use unsighted In A Sentence

  • An unsighted Chris Tuffy just could not get his body behind the ball and the visitors went 2-1 up rather fortuitously.
  • Three patients, aged from 58 to 68 years, were unsighted in one eye.
  • Mike Newman, 41, smashed the world land speed record for a car driven solo by an unsighted man, taking the title back from a sighted man with experience as a racing driver who set the record by wearing a blindfold.
  • Anyway, around four o'clock a new, previously unsighted older, white-haired woman came out of the kitchen.
  • Traffic emerging from Bradford should then give way, which all except left - hand drive vehicles can do readily without being unsighted.
  • I glanced up over the unsighted pages of the newspaper to look through the café window up the avenue. THE GWEN JOHN SCULPTURE
  • I can't blame the referee for that because he was unsighted but the assistant official was right by the side of it and obviously didn't see it.
  • This area of research into what is known as "assistive technology" in the UK is becoming increasingly important, especially for people who are unsighted.
  • Right from the outset, Kendal looked to have luck running with them when Longton had what appeared to be a perfectly good try disallowed in the ninth minute because the referee said he was unsighted.
  • Gareth Gorman took the awarded free-kick, guiding the ball around the wall and into the bottom-left corner, past the unsighted David Moran.
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